The most crucial factor in helping you through a roadside emergency is preparation. Whether it be a flat tire on a remote road or a multi-car pileup on a heavy freeway, having the supplies you need to keep you and your passengers safe until help arrives is essential to a better situation outcome. The National[…] Read More
Category: Safety Tips
What Is the Difference between Active and Passive Vehicle Safety Features?
Motorists in the United States average about six million car accidentsevery year. About half of those accidents cause injuries. Approximately 90 people die in car accidents every day. When the car first became a popular form of transportation, it had no safety features other than perhaps a horn and a pair of headlights. Relatively low[…] Read More
FDA Issues Recall of Baby Formula, Formula Shortage Worsens
As parents have been scrambling to find baby formula due to supply chain issues in the ongoing pandemic, there is a secondary problem with three popular baby formulas. Similac, Alimentum, and EleCare have all reportedly been linked to illnesses. On Sunday, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a recall for powdered baby formula brands,[…] Read More
Are Senior Drivers Causing More Fatal Car Accidents?
The most common cause of a car accident is some form of human error. Whether that is from texting while driving, improper maintenance, poor manufacturing, or any other reason, human error causes many collisions every year. Elderly drivers are often blamed for car accidents. However, a recent study contradicts that old claim, showing that there[…] Read More
How Are Car Safety Ratings Determined?
Getting a new car can be a fun experience. You get upgraded electronics, better sound, and more features. Some of those features include updated safety equipment meant to keep you and your family safe while on the road. This is an important factor in buying any new vehicle: safety ratings. Most car buyers look at[…] Read More
How Should Drivers Prepare for Winter Weather?
Winter weather is not just the typical rain or snow you see during winter times. Winter weather can include heavy downpours, thunderstorms, sleet, and even blizzard conditions. When winter storms strike, roads become icy, slippery, and hard to navigate. These winter conditions are dangerous for drivers, so it is important to stay alert when driving[…] Read More
What are Some Important Night Driving Tips for Shorter Autumn Days?
As the weather transitions into fall, it becomes colder and the days are shorter. Shorter days mean that roads will remain dark for longer periods of time. Now is a good time to review safe driving tips for night driving. Driving at night is more dangerous because it is harder to see when it is[…] Read More