Driving can be dangerous. Do you know how to handle the worst of road hazards? Learn about the dangers of travel and how to handle them.
We know the real reason for the season, and we’re sure you do, too. (If you don’t, we pray you’re saved from an Ebenezer-Scrooge-style wake-up call.) What we’re not so sure about it how aware people are of the need for extra precaution while driving during the winter months. There are many reasons that
Negotiating an intersection brings with it a variety of aggravations and dangers. If the lights are not timed correctly, an intersection can add frustration to a daily commute, and there are few things in the world more irritating than the inefficiency of a four-way stop. Intersections have also proven to be dangerous places to drive.
Whether headed to Grandma’s for Christmas or just on your regular commute, extreme cold can make things dangerous for you and your car. If the worst were to happen, you need to be sure that you are prepared.
When it comes to being on the road and not being able to see an animal, you need to make sure that you change the way that you drive during the times when animals are in high traffic. Animals getting in the way of vehicles on the road account for many accidents each year. There
Summer time driving holds a lot of fun and excitement, but it can also have hidden dangers. As a safety-conscience driver, by taking a few simple safety measures and by keeping your vehicle in top running condition, you can save yourself some serious safety and financial pitfalls. A few dangers to keep in mind are
Distracted drivers account for 80 percent of vehicle crashes and 65 percent of near-crashes, and with increased frequency, the distractions happened within three seconds before the accident, according to a study done by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). If you are a parent, the reality of daily life is that you are constantly going
When it comes to driving throughout the colder months, there is a lot that goes on. You have to make sure that you’re able to see, that the roads are not full of ice and slush, and that deer are not making their way across the road right in front of you where you might