Whether it’s cold, wet, hot, or windy out – learn how to weather the weather!
Recently, police in British Columbia pulled over a man who was not speeding, not exhibiting signs of intoxication, and obeying all traffic laws. Why was he formally escorted to the shoulder? His entire car—save a small tea-cup-sized circle on his windshield—was completely covered in ice and snow. If you’re looking at a picture, it’s a little
Whether you are a believer in climate change or not, there is no denying the fact that your immediate climate is about to change as we approach the summer months. Excessive heat can be overwhelming, not just for the drivers and passengers of the vehicle, but on the vehicle itself.
With the winter season upon us and colder temperatures become the norm, keeping safe on the road requires greater attention and the use of driving skills that have been neatly tucked away since last year. One of the situations that will get those skills dusted off in a hurry is the presence of black ice.
Saturday, December 10th, 2016 by Instructor @ ApprovedCourse.com
You hovered over their first steps, walked cringingly behind their tricycles and let a part of your heart go as you lifted your hands off of their first two-wheeler and watched them pedal away. And, if you haven’t figured it out by now, it doesn’t get any easier.
As the country swings into the holiday season, it means that most of the country is swinging into cold weather. When the temperature drops dangerously low, many people wonder if it’s safe to get the car out for a drive.
Descending hills can be a scary thing to do, especially if you are new to driving or if this is the first time you have came across this type of problem. When the hill is slippery, it can be even more discouraging and you want to ensure that you make it down it as safe
Friday, March 20th, 2015 by Instructor @ ApprovedCourse.com
Throughout the Bay Area is where so many people live, work and visit. It is an area where you would expect to see so many people driving on the roads when it comes to getting from one place to another, it is also one of those areas that you have to consider when it comes
Saturday, March 14th, 2015 by Instructor @ ApprovedCourse.com
When it comes to the snowstorm in Buffalo, NY; driving was impossible. Not near impossible, not almost impossible – it was impossible. No one was able to come in or get out and everyone had to stay within their homes because of the amount of snow that fell and continued to fall over the course