Driver Tips that Most People Don’t Know

Driving is something that most people do every single day. Surprisingly, many of us completely forget the lessons we learned when we started driving. The thing is that many of those basic lessons could save our lives, or the lives of other people when we are on the road. If you were to ask a student that just graduated from a driver’s education course …

The Real Dangers of Drowsy Driving

If you’ve been reading this blog, you know that wireless backup cameras can prevent a lot of accidents. But the best backup camera won’t help if you are falling asleep behind the wheel. Even though the dangers of driving while tired have been known for some time now (many years, in fact), a number of drowsy and distracted drivers still take to the …

How to Teach Your Teen to Drive

There comes a time in every parent’s life when a child turns 16. At the age of 16, most teens want to learn how to drive right away, since this is the age that lets them get that long awaited driver’s license. For them, learning to drive is a great thing. For you, it might seem like a dangerous and scary thing. After all, you’ll be the one teaching …

The Best Family Cars of 2014

A family car has to have a few specific things. It has to be spacious, safe, and reliable. It also has to adjust to family needs, and it has to be affordable too. Those aren’t easy shoes to fill, but a lot of car manufacturers these days are focusing on making more family cars. Now, families have more options than ever before, and the family car no …

What to Do When an Animal Is In the Road

It’s sad to see a wolf, deer, fox, moose, or other animal on the side of a road that has been hit by a car or truck. Sometimes, hitting an animal is unavoidable, and sometimes there’s not a lot that you can do to stay out of the way. If you are traveling this holiday season, take some tips from the Wildlife Collision Prevention Program, and stay …

Best Ways to Beat Holiday Traffic

Are you traveling this holiday season? If you are, you may want to figure out how to beat all of that holiday traffic before you plan your trip. Since most people travel during the holidays, you could be looking at hours of being stuck in traffic unless you take a few tips and tricks into consideration. Here are some of the best ways to avoid holiday …

How to Handle Driving in Winter Weather

Winter brings with it a number of treacherous driving conditions. Snow, ice, black ice, hail, and extreme winds are all part of living in any cold climate. When it comes to driving in those conditions, there are a few things that any new driver (or older driver!) should know about how to handle the roads. Take a look at these important tips. Keep extra …

Cars With The Best Visibility

A back up camera can save lives, but a back up camera can’t always help when it comes to blind spots. Blind spots are those spots around and outside of a vehicle that can’t be seen with side or rear view mirrors. Most of us are taught during a driver’s education course to turn our heads and look for blind spots before switching lanes or backing …

Preventing Backover Accidents at Work

BLS Reports High Number of Fatalities Backover accidents accounted for 143 fatalities between 2003 and 2010 at road construction sites according to a recent review by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The article describes precautions that can be taken at such sites when backing up equipment, and we encourage all to be extra cautious around heavy …

It’s Official: Rearview Backup Cameras Save Lives

It’s something we’ve been saying for some time now, and AAA has confirmed this with a recent press release: rearview backup cameras save lives. In testing conducted by AAA, cameras improved visibility an average of 46 percent. The studies were created to highlight the importance of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s …