It’s not just our phones that are smart—our cars are now smart as well. Where once we only had safety belts and air bags to help us survive a crash, we now have the advantage of technology to help us steer clear of danger—before we are even aware of a …keep reading
Senior citizens face an interesting challenge when it comes to driving and safety. Though still wild at heart, the aging body may tell a different story. In addition to physical changes, driving has changed significantly in recent decades, and that can lead to unique and unforeseen complications.
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The latest high-tech gadgets will help you stay connected, entertained and informed on your commute. They can also help reduce the dreaded “Are we there yet?!” from the backseat on grueling road trips. Here are a few roadworthy suggestions.
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Like it or not, commuting is a fact of life. According to the US Department of Transportation, nearly 130 million American workers share the roads each day. That’s a lot of annoyed, caffeinated drivers. But the daily trek to the office doesn’t have to get the better of you. Try …keep reading
The shock of getting into a traffic accident, even a minor one, can leave a driver feeling dazed and confused, but it pays to keep your wits about you at all times. Steven Rutzebeck, director of GEICO’s Special Investigations Unit, explains how to foil potential fraudsters in the moments immediately …keep reading