If you’re planning on Thanksgiving travel, get ready for crowded roads. According to data from AAA, 48.7 million Americans are planning to travel 50 miles or more from their home this year.
Regardless of whom they’re planning to vote for, 65% of likely voters are expected to drive to a polling place on Election Day. This is according to the most recent Hankook Tire Gauge Index.
If you’re buying a car with a teen driver in mind, safety is probably your top priority. Also, you may be looking for a vehicle that is affordable to insure.
B.R.A.K.E.S. (Be Responsible and Keep Everyone Safe) is a free driving program for teens led by racing champion Doug Herbert. This pro-active non-profit has recently reached a milestone in promoting teen driving safety by instructing its 20,000th student since its inception.
Auto theft is one of the most widespread and common crimes in America today. With a car stolen every 45 seconds nationwide, individuals are wise to take preventative steps to help ensure that criminals will not be able to drive away in their vehicles.
Many parents are concerned about the well-being of their son or daughter. This is especially true when their loved one receives a driver’s license, as teenage driving accidents are common and have the potential to cause significant injuries.
A recent AAA Foundation Study reveals that a large majority of drivers have engaged in “road rage” and other dangerous driving behaviors.