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Speed has consequences We all know someone who likes to speed because he/she’s an experienced driver, and feels like he/she’s in control. But this does not always lead to good things, as about 1.25 million people are killed each year internationally because of traffic related accidents. This affects children walking to school, elderly crossing the

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The Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) is launching the first worldwide outdoor campaign on road safety. Embodied by 13 famous ambassadors, the “3500 lives” campaign is named after tragic statistics: everyday, 3,500 people die in car crashes worldwide, which means 1.25 million every year. The campaign promotes 10 “Golden Rules” which remind us how to

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tire tread

Tire Tread Wear Think of your tires as the foundation of your car. After all, tire tread affect how your car handles, the comfort of your ride and, most importantly, your safe driving experience. Proper tire maintenance includes keeping your tires inflated to the correct tire pressure, maintaining an adequate tire tread, checking the air-level

Although the calendar says winter in the Northern Hemisphere doesn’t actually start until Dec. 21, the weather forecast seems to communicate otherwise. The extreme weather in parts of the United States has even made headlines recently as “colder than mars,” according to figures from Nasa. When extreme weather is headed your way, make sure you and

LED lights

From built-in WiFi and backup cameras, to driverless cars, it seems there is no limit to tech’s stronghold in the automotive industry. The majority of high-tech advancements in the auto world typically revolve around your safety. One of the largest contributions to driver safety has been the introduction of LED lighting. While the majority of manufacturers

deadliest highways

Here are four of the deadliest highways in the US, as well as a few tips on how to tackle them and still make it home in one piece. With more than 28,000 miles of land spanning from east to west, the U.S. highway system offers some of the most exciting and scenic thoroughfares in

car accident

There is a car accident every 60 seconds somewhere in the world, according to data from The National Highway Traffic Administration. It’s estimated that there are at least 5.25 million car crashes around the globe on a yearly basis. via GIPHY While car accidents like fender-benders and side-swipes are inevitable, there are a few things

tire pressure

Everyone knows tires are an essential component of vehicles. They are the only things that come in contact with the road; hence, the working of the vehicle and the safety of the people inside rests on the tires. Monitor your tire pressure to make sure your tires are always in good condition. The Problem of

brakes fail

We all hope that we will never have to deal with a mechanical malfunction while behind the wheel of a vehicle, but every driver should know what to do during an emergency such as when the brakes fail. While these situations might be rare, taking a little extra time to learn how to properly control

back to school

Back to School Season: Make Safety Your Priority this Fall The time to go back to school is just around the corner and school buses will be picking up kids and young people will be scurrying across streets to get to class before the bell rings. Traffic increases and parents are often guilty of running

car prepping

Would you be prepared if something went wrong while you were driving? We call it “car prepping” and luckily, just a few items can make you far more prepared should you encounter trouble on the road. So check out the 10 things you should always have in your car to guarantee you’ll be ready for

Gif of a guy playing flute while in traffic As you drive to and from work, running errands and shuttling the kids to school, you’ve probably seen your fair share of drivers doing really dumb things while driving. From women trying to put on mascara while doing 70 mph on the freeway, to men changing

In today’s bustling, white-collar economy, professionals (whether male or female drivers) are often at the mercy of the auto mechanic. The same can go for elderly drivers and even teen drivers. Empower yourself with the following five ways to spot a car repair scam. If you were to pay a repair garage $2,000 to have

Motorcycle Safety Guide for Beginners – What You Need To Know, Wear and Do as a New Motorcycle Driver Courtesy of the experts at: http://www.injury-solicitors.ie/ Motorcycle Safety Guide for Beginners – What You Need To Know, Wear and Do as a New Motorcycle Driver – Infographic acts as a cheat sheet to tell you, at

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