Safety & Driving

Articles about staying safe on the road and behind the wheel. You’ll find helpful information for everyone who uses the road. Get insights on distracted driving, nationwide safety law trends, bicyclist safety, and more.

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The Future of Car Safety by Bridget Clerkin on

Distracted driving is an epidemic responsible for claiming a growing number of lives each year. But some of those same technologies so frequently responsible for taking our eyes off the road are being reworked to help ensure we drive more safely. In fact, the future of our driving safety rests largely in the hands of […]

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5 Must-Read Tips for a Stress Free Commute by Jason Biggs on

A long commute in heavy traffic is a fact of life for many of us. We’d like to share some great tips that will keep you safe and in the right state of mind when you’re going to work or headed for home, sweet home. 1. “Go” Before You Go If you’re the type that […]

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Distracted Driving Triple Threats by Bridget Clerkin on

In an endlessly connected world—where our cars talk to us nearly as much as our passengers do, vehicle entertainment systems are racing to be the best and biggest, and a text, tweet, or status update is no further than a pocket or purse away—there are plenty of ways to drive distracted. There are three main […]

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New Considerations Being Taken in Government Car Safety Ratings by Bridget Clerkin on

For years, our cars have been getting smarter and taking on more and more responsibilities that were once exclusive to their human drivers. Now, in a move to keep pace with the quickly modernizing industry, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) will begin incorporating that technology into its famous 5-Star Safety Rating. The change […]

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National Traffic Deaths on the Rise, Study Finds by Bridget Clerkin on

Theeconomy may have been looking sunnier this year, but a recent study may have found a dark side to that bright picture. Traffic deaths across the country rose 8% in the first 6 months of 2015, compared to that same time period last year, according to numbers compiled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration […]

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