Blind Spots: Prevention and Liability

  • January 6, 2017

Trying to switch lanes only to realize that another car is driving in your blind spot isn’t just annoying — it’s dangerous. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, blind spots result in nearly 840,000 accidents every year. W...

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Road Rage!

  • January 12, 2017

Florida roads can get a little crazy. With theme park traffic, a constant flow of northern tourists, and a mix of teenagers and elderly drivers, navigating roads like U.S. 19, I-275, and I-4 can be a challenge. Even without annoying or dangerous drivers, ...

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Simple Tips For Keeping Work Zones Safe

  • January 25, 2017

Safe, well-maintained, and effective roads are a vital part of our daily lives. And do you know who makes this possible? Construction workers! Construction workers brave traffic every day to do their hard work, which can include anything from painting roa...

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How A Chip Bag Is Promoting Safe Driving

  • January 26, 2017

Chips For A Good Cause Super Bowl Sunday is all about football, of course! But everyone knows it’s also an excuse for drinking alcohol and eating tons of unhealthy snacks. Popular chip company Tostitos knows this, too. That’s why they’ve unveiled a ...

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What Is the Vision Test For Driving?

  • February 20, 2017

Even if you’re mature, experienced, and responsible, you can’t be a good driver if you can’t see the roads! This is why vision tests are an integral part of the process of getting or renewing a driver’s license. The Vision Test You’ve probably h...

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Defensive Driving vs. Aggressive Driving

  • March 1, 2017

During an argument, has someone ever accused you of being too defensive? In a debate, being on the defense is sometimes a bad thing. It can make you look hostile, hypersensitive, or unwilling to listen or change. When driving, though, being defensive is t...

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How To Deal With A Texting Driver

  • March 15, 2017

Why is the car in front of you speeding, slamming on their breaks, or weaving in their lane? They’re probably texting! Every day, around 660,000 Americans use their cell phone while driving. Teen drivers are particularly guilty of this — 94% of teens...

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