Category: Advice

The Dangers Of A Hot Car
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The Dangers Of A Hot Car

With the hottest days of summer upon us, it is imperative for all drivers to understand the danger that is created when scorching summer sun meets unattended automobile. Hopefully, you’ll take the time to not only read the following article in order to better understand the problem, but also take the time to pass on...

Posted by July 27, 2018July 27, 2018
Don’t Be A Victim
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Don’t Be A Victim

Dear Possible Victim, Please feel free to share this with everyone: I drove myself and two co-workers to lunch Monday, 2/15/10. I chose a parking spot in the rear of the lot and backed into a space (no pull through available at location). This positioned my Chevy Avalanche with the passenger side doors facing away...

Posted by April 26, 2018April 26, 2018
Car Buying Tips
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Car Buying Tips

Check out the car you want before you buy it: Most used cars have some sort of problem or incident that may be a problem down the road. Get a history report from one of the online companies that offer history information about the car you want. If you cannot get a history report on the particular car...

Posted by April 26, 2018April 26, 2018
Avoid Road Rage
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Avoid Road Rage

Aggressive driving behaviors, such as speeding and tailgating, can often lead to road rage. According to the National Safety Council, motorists rate this as a top threat to highway safety. Here, we provide practical tips on how to avoid road rage—as well as some startling stats, common reasons that cause road rage and wisdom from...

Posted by April 26, 2018April 26, 2018
Teen Drivers
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Teen Drivers

Teen Drivers’ Level of Maturity What puts teen drivers at the most risk for injuries and fatalities? Driving at night, having passengers, having a learner’s permit before age 16 and getting a drivers license before the age of 18. Peer pressure sometimes leads to risk not normally taken when teens are alone in the vehicle. When a...

Posted by April 26, 2018April 26, 2018
Driving Courtesy
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Driving Courtesy

Driving Courtesy is a Must Drivers of any vehicle on the road including bicyclist and pedestrians, must use common sense when driving or walking when traffic is around. Sometimes it’s not breaking the law, but putting others in danger because of what you do or how you do it. People must use the rules of...

Posted by April 26, 2018April 26, 2018
Paying Attention
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Paying Attention

Your primary function while driving is alertness, paying attention is your most important driving task as it helps create the time you need to recognize road hazards, other drivers and predestinations situtations. Most accidents happen within 25 miles of your home. Since we mostly drive in our own neighborhoods, that makes it more likely to have accidents in...

Posted by April 26, 2018April 26, 2018
Saving Fuel Saves You Money
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Saving Fuel Saves You Money

 Saving Fuel Saves You Money You can save fuel while driving if you drive consistently. The faster you drive it forces your auto to overcome greater wind resistance. Slowing down or speeding up wastes fuel. Drive steadily. Use your cruise control when ever possible. Never exceed legal speed limit. Speed limits are set for your traveling safety,...

Posted by April 26, 2018April 26, 2018
Driver Education
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Driver Education

Driver Education Drivers education does work and it provides much needed basic driving information. It has helped reduce accidents of teens on the road. Studies by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety show that Drivers Ed taught in high school or at a driving school, benefits teen drivers. Teen drivers need to learn their basic skills to...

Posted by April 26, 2018April 26, 2018
Driving In Bad Weather
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Driving In Bad Weather

Always Be Aware of Road Conditions Drivers should be concerned of road conditions when the weather conditions are less than desirable. As the seasons change in different parts of the country, road conditions change also as the temperature changes. One big factor you can start with and you can save yourself a lot of grief...

Posted by April 26, 2018April 26, 2018
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