A busy week is upon us! Millions of Americans are getting ready to travel.
AAA projects that 55.4 million people will travel 50 miles or farther from home Thanksgiving. This is 2.3% increase from last year.
Driving for teenagers is a big freedom that they are taking on. However, with this freedom comes a very big responsibility.
Unfortunately, car crashes continue to be the number one killer of teens in the United States. Teen motor vehicle
Safety Driving for Individual and Companies
A sixth sense developed by drivers, knowing what to do and not to do when driving is something they learn through their experiences or maybe by the wisdom of their age. Although, age could
It’s Safer to Drive Slowly
We have all heard about the childhood tale the tortoise and the hare, and how the tortoise won by being just slow and steady. There are things we can learn from the story when it comes to
All-Wheel Drive or Four-Wheel Drive, that is the Question
Getting close to thirty years, it’s been a long time now since I got involved in road safety. From this much experience and knowledge many has been asking me things regarding
Dangerous Roads Need to Be Minded!
In this modern day, people are very much into going somewhere. They have the mentality that they always need to move. Sometimes we are in a hurry or sometimes very busy, but we still
What is not to love about life, we learn something new every day?
There are things we learn that may seem too little, but we just have to look closely and have an open mind to gain this knowledge. Same
New Tests for Safer Cars
In 2013, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has introduced a new test added to the existing four safety test, a small overlap test. Vehicles that would excel in these tests including the newly added
The Risks of Texting and Driving
We have always been told and warned not to use phones while driving, recently though, there are further studies that even emphasize the gravity of the consequences of texting behind the wheel.
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