You may have walked away from a car accident without a scratch, but that doesn’t mean you’re 100% comfortable getting back behind the wheel. “An accident will affect you psychologically,” says Edward Hickling, Psy.D., co-author of After the Crash: Psychological Assessment and Treatment of Survivors of Motor Vehicle Accidents. …keep reading
While no driver ever wants to get pulled over, citations may be part of the solution to combatting traffic fatalities. “Tickets and red-light cameras work,” says Jonathan Adkins, executive director of the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA). “You get a ticket, it ruins your day. You tell everyone, and it …keep reading
Defensive driving starts with you.
It can be a jungle out there on the road … and time-crunched drivers often produce a hectic environment full of aggressive maneuvers and little to no consideration for other vehicles. That’s when accidents happen, but you can be the one that makes …keep reading
As our population has continued to grow and people are increasingly relocating to suburbia, average commute times have sky-rocketed. A recent national study revealed that commuters in large metropolitan areas like New York City, Los Angeles and Chicago spend nearly an entire work week each year sitting in traffic to …keep reading
Whether you’re trying to get extra luggage to your vacation destination or your new board up to the slopes, transporting oversize cargo in a regular vehicle can be tricky—even dangerous. That’s because a 20-pound object moving at 55 mph strikes with the impact of half a ton. And every state …keep reading