Nobody likes getting stuck in traffic. And if it seems to you that your daily commute is getting worse, you may be right.
May is the peak of both prom and graduation season, making it a good time to focus on keeping teenage drivers safe on the road. The National Safety Council is encouraging parents of teen drivers to take an active role in promoting safety. The organization also warns that inexperience — not distractions — is the biggest danger facing teen drivers.
Aggressive driving and resulting road rage incidents lead to many accidents, injuries, and, sadly, even deaths. As we move into the summer months, where more drivers will take to the road, we have some tips to help you to protect yourself and prevent road rage incidents.
Insurance marketplace EverQuote released the results of their 2017 Safe Driving Report. It showed that way too many drivers are speeding and using their cell phones while driving.
The U.S. has certainly made progress towards reducing motor vehicle crash fatalities, but the country still has a long way to go. According to the latest Vital Signs report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the United States still has the highest vehicle-related death rate among 19 high-income comparison countries.
To urge consumers to take action against the threat of the Connected Vehicle Thief, LoJack has launched a National Vehicle Theft Protection Month Campaign. The purpose of this campaign is to alert consumers about new and sophisticated theft techniques.
The Takata airbag recall is ongoing, and consumers who own affected vehicles need to take immediate action and get their car repaired. And don’t worry, doing so is free.