Understanding the 4-second rule of driving

Previously, drivers were taught that, between your car and the one in front of you, you should maintain a car length of distance for every 10 mph y...

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Teen riders: How to be a good passenger

Teen drivers get lots of advice about how to drive safely and avoid distractions. But you probably don’t hear much about how to be a good passenger.

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Driving through intersections: What you should know

In the U.S., intersections are responsible for a number of accidents and many deaths every year. Almost everyone can name an unsafe intersection in...

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Maintaining a safe following distance

How close  are  you to that vehicle in front of you as you drive down the road? Would you have enough time to slow down if the other vehicle sudden...

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Help eliminate blind spots while driving

Most people believe that blind spots can’t be avoided when driving. This may have been true in years past, but today it is not the case. You can...

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Blog: Tips for securing loads to your pickup, flatbed, or trailer

Unsecured loads in a pickup, flatbed truck, or trailer can be just as dangerous as an unsecured load on a 53-foot semi-trailer heading down the...