Kelley Blue Book’s recently released Distracted Driving Awareness survey reveals that distracted driving is still a huge problem on the roads even though drivers are largely aware of the risks involved.
Driving is a privilege that allows individuals to travel with relative ease without the assistance of others. While laws protect individuals that are too young to have this privilege, very few are in place for older senior citizens that can no longer operate a vehicle safely.
A recent study conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has revealed that many new cars are equipped with acceptable, marginal and even poorly rated headlight systems. The really surprising thing is that several of the vehicles with inadequate headlights are classified as luxury vehicles.
Driving through road construction zones can be a very frustrating experience. But you can arrive safely at your destination by following these construction zone driving tips.
Kia has recently announced that the company will expand their existing relationship with B.R.A.K.E.S., a non-profit organization that provides free, hands-on defensive driving workshops to teen drivers in cities nationwide.
It’s only natural for your teenager to want their own vehicle after turning 16. For families operating on a budget, they need something affordable, but many also want to make sure their teen is as safe as possible. Here is a list of safe and affordable vehicles that could work for your teen.