No matter how long the car trip, suffering nausea and fatigue can make you wish you had walked there instead. It’s estimated that 25% to 40% of Americans get motion sickness, turning everything from errands around town to holiday road trips into potential nightmares. We asked Timothy Hain, M.D., of …keep reading
Along with shopping, decorating and baking, highlights of the holidays include seeing family and friends and celebrating together. While you enjoy the festivities of the season, however, remember to make responsible decisions if those festivities include alcohol. Getting behind the wheel after over-indulging at that ugly-sweater party will no doubt …keep reading
Whether it’s a friend in a jam or a family member visiting from out of state, drivers borrow each other’s cars all the time. But what are the implications for your insurance coverage? Here’s what to ask before letting another driver head into the sunset in your vehicle—or before borrowing …keep reading
All-terrain vehicles are a thrilling way to experience America’s great outdoors. But four-wheelers can be a handful for first-time riders. Here are a few things newbies should remember when hitting the backcountry.
Keep it Simple
Many first-time riders gravitate toward souped-up machines …keep reading
It has been said the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. Safe driving is everyone’s responsibility, and the fact is, today’s teen drivers really do learn most of what they know about driving directly from their parents.
They’ve watched their parents behind the wheel since they were …keep reading