Tag: Car Safety

4 Things to Check on Your Vehicle Before Fall

Car driving over leaves

Although most people don’t worry about road conditions until the winter months, it’s important to note that the fall season brings several dangers that you should be aware of. Fallen leaves on roadways can decrease traction for drivers, and if the leaves are wet, can lead to slipping that is similar to ice. Furthermore, it… Read more »

4 of The Safest SUVs You Can Invest In for 2021

2021 Safest Cars

When you’re buying a new vehicle, you’re going to want to look at several factors, including gas mileage, technological features, and most importantly, safety. If you’re on the market for a new SUV, there are plenty of safe options that will also align with your preferences. Whether you’re leasing or purchasing, if you’re on the… Read more »

4 Causes of Summer Car Accidents

Summer Car Troubles

One of the downsides of summer is the number of traffic accidents that occur. Believe it or not, there are more likely to be car crashes in the summer than in the winter. Although this may be surprising, here are some of the reasons that contribute to the increase in traffic collisions during the summer…. Read more »

Features to Look for When Buying Dashboard Cameras

In 2018, there were almost 300,000 dashboard cameras, better known as “dash cams,” sold in the U.S. That represented a 20 percent increase in dash cam sales over the previous year. And it appears as though dash cam sales could continue to increase in the coming years as more and more self-driving cars start to… Read more »

Safest Vehicles for 2019

If you’re currently in the market for a new 2019 vehicle, there are several factors that are ultimately going to determine which car, truck, or SUV you buy. You likely want to find a vehicle that gets good gas mileage. You also want something that will fit all the members of your family. And of… Read more »

How to Prepare Your Car for Winter

Now that the temperature is dropping as winter inches closer, do yourself a favor and check the air pressure in your vehicle’s tires. Often times, the pressure in your tires can drop dramatically once the air outside gets colder (1 psi per 10 degrees F, so 70 degrees dropping to 30 means a 4 psi… Read more »

Limo Crash Calls for New Limo Regulations

Earlier this month, a tragedy took place in Schoharie, N.Y. that rocked the entire state of New York and, to a larger degree, the entire country to its core. A stretch limousine carrying a large group of people crashed, killing 20 people in the process (17 passengers, the driver, and two pedestrians.) The manager of… Read more »

Car-Safety Checklist That Takes Minutes to Complete

Planning an end-of-summer road trip? Before you pack those bags in the trunk, it pays to do a quick safety check to ensure you won’t hit any problems when you hit the road. In fact, you should get into the habit of doing one a few times a year. This quick car safety checklist takes… Read more »

Car Vibrations Cause Drowsiness

Drowsy driving is a serious problem that affects tens of thousands of Americans on a yearly basis. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has found that drowsy driving causes more than 70,000 accidents and about 800 deaths per year. And unfortunately, this is a problem that doesn’t seem to be getting any better over time…. Read more »

What Will Your Next Car Be Able to Accomplish?

The cars, trucks, and SUVs that are released today are able to do some truly amazing things. They can warn you when you’re veering out of your lane, let you know what’s happening behind your vehicle when you’re backing up, and more. But believe it or not, your next vehicle is going to be able… Read more »