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Tips for Driving Through Heavy Rains

Heavy rains can be dangerous and you want to ensure that you know how to handle them when you are out and about and it just seems to hit you all at once. You want to be prepared for whatever it is that comes your way. Driving through rain is much different than driving […]

September 1st, 2014|Driving Skills|

Driving for Improved Fuel Efficiency

As fuel prices continue to climb upward it makes sense to try and be more fuel efficient whenever you can. For most people that means trading in the truck or SUV for a smaller car, but you can improve your efficiency by changing your driving habits as well. These tips and tricks will help […]

August 25th, 2014|Blog, Vehicle, You - The Driver|

Driving with Distractions

Driving is a big responsibility. A responsibility to keep yourself, your passengers, and others of the general public safe by maintaining safe driving practices while behind the wheel of a motor vehicle. There are numerous distractions that can and will occur on any given day. How you handle these things that pull at your […]

Wheelchair Accessible Cars on Pre-Order

There are a lot of vehicles out there that allow disabled individuals to still have their freedom when it comes to being able to drive around town. There are, however, selective choices to what this person is able to drive since a lot of vehicles are not able to carry the wheelchair with them […]

August 11th, 2014|Blog, Vehicle|

AT&T and Demi Lovato Say No to Texting and Driving

As the number of texting while driving accidents continues to rise, more and more people are on board for stopping this crime. Not only is the public stepping in, but AT&T and Demi Lovato have also taken a stand against it. They are hoping to curb the use of cell phones when people are […]

The Most Dangerous Day to Walk Outside

When it comes to taking a nice refreshing walk or visiting someone in your neighborhood by foot, you should be prepared for anything that might come your way. This means that any vehicles that you see on the road during your journey can actually be a hazard to you when you are just walking […]

April 28th, 2014|Emergency, Responsibilities|

Get the Help You Need From Your Own Breathalyzer

When it comes to feeling fine and actually not being fine, there is a fine line on what you should do. Now parents, teens, people in general are able to bring home their own breathalyzer so they can find out if they are ready to get in the vehicle and drive away. There are […]

April 21st, 2014|Impaired Driving|

Wearing a Seat Belt if You’re Pregnant

Being pregnant and expecting a baby is an exciting time for anyone out there. Making sure that you cover everything that you need to have covered is even more important when the time comes. This is because you want to ensure that both you and your baby are safe. Not only in health and […]

April 14th, 2014|You - The Driver|

ADHD and Learning to Drive

ADHD alone can be a difficult thing to live with. Not only do you have a hard time sitting still, but you also have a hard time concentrating on things that really matter. This is the case for a lot of teenagers that are in the driving age, but have not quite yet made […]

Updates in Driver Education Courses to Add New Threats

There are many driver simulators set up throughout many classes in schools that are straight from the 70’s. That is because the schools have not had the funding to fix anything up, add anything or do anything when it comes to giving the kids more hands on learning. It will teach them what the […]

January 10th, 2014|Blog, You - The Driver|