• Understanding NHTSA and IIHS Crash Tests

    Understanding NHTSA and IIHS Crash Tests

    Vehicles are repairable after an accident, but physical injuries can be costly and difficult to recover from. How do you know which vehicle is safest? Here’s what you need to know to understand NHTSA and IIHS crash test results. NHTSA The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is a government agency that started testing vehicles

  • Dealing with Blind Spots

    Dealing with Blind Spots

    How dangerous are blind spots? For just semis, the NHSTA estimates 413,000 accidents are caused by them each year, and of those, over one-third result in fatalities. Knowing how to compensate for blind spots can greatly improve your safety and the safety of those driving around you. Identifying Your Car’s Blind Spots For all vehicles,

  • Safety Tips for Driving in Fog

    Safety Tips for Driving in Fog

    When you’re driving down the interstate at 70 mph, your car is traveling over 100 feet per second. Even a light fog can limit your visibility to one or two seconds, which can greatly increase the chance of an accident. How can you drive in these conditions safely? Here’s what you need to know from

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