Driver Safety

Driving is an activity that requires full attention and responsibility. Other lives and your own rely on being a safe driver. Learn about distracted driving and defensive driving below, so you are aware of any situations that can put you in danger.

The Worst Driving Cities (USA)

Driving safely not only depends on your own driving skills, but also the driving habits of everyone else on the road. Unfortunately, not all states are full of safe drivers. In effort to educate drivers on safety, A ...

Speeding Problems on America’s Roads

Speeding’s Role in Deadly Accidents Was Speeding a Factor? Age and Gender Gap Regional Mortality Rates Dangerous Roadways Safety FirstIn the time that it takes you to read this report from start to finish, at le ...

U.S. Rules of the Road

Whether visiting or moving to another country, it is crucial to familiarize yourself with the traffic laws that surround you. No matter what your intentions are toward driving, learning the rules of the road will keep yo ...

Seatbelts 101: Seatbelt Safety and How They Save Lives

Your seatbelt is your best defense against being killed or injured in an automobile accident. Think a crash will never happen to you? Think again. The Center for Disease Control presents statistics about automobile ...

How to Prevent Auto Theft: 10 Proven Ways to Protect Your Ride Expertly

Imagine this. You get off of work. It’s raining. You run out into the parking lot with your keys in hand, ready to get into your car and head home after a long day. Holding your umbrella, you make it to your normal ...

After the Crash: How to Hire A Car Accident Attorney in 6 Expert Tips

An auto accident is a terrifying experience, even if it is only a minor fender-bender. The only thing on your mind is your safety, the safety of your passengers, and the condition of your vehicle. Unfortunately, in ...

Top 5 Must-Have Items to Stock Your Car’s Emergency Kit Today

The emergency situations that drivers encounter on a daily basis are innumerable: wrecks, traffic jams, flooded roadways, icy conditions, a fuel gauge just below E, a dead battery. Whether your commute is just a cou ...

Crossing Paths: How to Keep Yourself and Others Safe at 8 Popular Types of Intersections

The most common hazard area on the road is the intersection. Intersections are widely varied and can be confusing to experienced and inexperienced drivers alike. Whether you are driving in a big city or a small town ...

All but the Yellow Brick: Driving on 6 Types of Roadways Like a Pro

There are over four million miles of roadway in the United States of America. These roads travel through deserts, mountain ranges, huge forests, along beautiful coasts, through small towns, and in some of the larges ...