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How does speeding affect car crashes?
We all know speeding is bad, but how exactly does it impact the likelihood of a car crash? Speeding, defined by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) as driving in excess of the posted speed limit or too fast for road conditions, may be the biggest risk factor on the road. Higher speeds equate…
Your ultimate hail safety guide
Of the many types of weather that threaten the safety of your home and car, a hailstorm may be the most significant. Hail, tiny balls of ice produced in heavy thunderstorms and ranging in size from that of a pea to a golf ball, can cause considerable damage to property once it falls from the…
How to get your car winter ready
After a long, hot summer, you’re probably ready for cooler temperatures, but is your car? Winter brings with it plenty of dangerous weather conditions that can make driving treacherous, such as hail, snow, and freezing temperatures. There are many precautions you can take to prepare yourself and your vehicle for the incoming winter wonderland. Read…
Teen drinking and driving: how to talk to your teens
There’s never a good reason to drink and drive. In addition to the potentially devastating effects regarding injuries and death, there are other harsh consequences for driving while under the influence. Responsible parents understand this, but their teenagers who are new to driving and might be drinking underage may not. This guide will help you…
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COVID-19 Holiday Travel Guide
Holiday travel conjures up mixed emotions, whether you’ve experienced traffic-jammed highways on Christmas Eve, empty airports on Thanksgiving morning, or something in between. While holiday road trips present their unique challenges, travel during COVID-19 only adds another layer of complication this year. Before we continue, we want to be clear—the absolute safest way to celebrate…
Where Important Features of Your Car Are
Have you ever wondered why essential components in your car seem to be the hardest to find? Many of us know where one or two safety features live, but it seems that in an attempt to create a universal language, car manufacturers have clogged our lives with symbols. When we’ve been outsmarted by the trunk…
What to do when a heart attack occurs while driving
There’s never a good time to experience a heart attack, but you’d be hard-pressed to find one worse than when it happens behind the wheel.
6 safety tips every motorcyclist should know
Perhaps no one has been looking forward to a warm weather streak more than motorcyclists, who have had to spend several long, cold months with their bikes in storage, anxiously awaiting the moment they could rev their engines and go for another joyride.
3 highly effective habits that deter theft during the holidays
The following are a few security steps you should be sure to keep in mind so you can ensure that your holiday purchases aren’t made off with when you least expect it.