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New Driver Safety Tips

New Driver Safety Tips

Avoid ever experiencing that first accident with these New Driver Safety Tips. So you’ve just got your license and you’re all set to hit the ground running, right? Wrong. You still don’t know all there is to know about driving, especially driving alone for the first...

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Ways to Avoid Drowsy Driving

Ways to Avoid Drowsy Driving

Combatting Drowsy Driving As if there aren’t enough hazards on the road already, a very common hazard is drowsy driving. Drowsy driving is a dangerous combination of driving and fatigue. Generally, driving drunk and driving with fatigue are equally dangerous. AAA...

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Cool New Innovations in Motorcycle Safety

Cool New Innovations in Motorcycle Safety

Taking Motorcycle Safety to a Whole New Level There have been some exciting new innovations in motorcycle safety in recent years. Most notable are airbags, high-tech helmets, intelligent lights and antilock brakes.  1. Airbags Honda introduced the first motorcycle...

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Touch Up Paint Why You Shouldn’t DIY

Touch Up Paint Why You Shouldn’t DIY

If your vehicle has minor scratches and scuffs, it may seem ideal to use touch-up paint yourself. While this may seem like a great money saving idea to get your car looking new again, it may be a better idea to leave it to the professionals. Inexpensive and fast don’t...

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Vehicle to Vehicle Communication (V2V)

Vehicle to Vehicle Communication (V2V)

Vehicle to Vehicle Communication May End Traffic Jams Vehicle safety technology has improved greatly in recent years. Rear mounted radar alerts you of unseen objects immediately behind you. Automatic high-beam control will illuminate and dim your headlights for you....

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DIY Vehicle Emergency Kit

DIY Vehicle Emergency Kit

Putting Together a Vehicle Emergency Kit for Winter Just as you would keep a first aid kit in the house or at your workplace, you should keep a vehicle emergency kit. It can be a lifesaver in case of extreme conditions. Preparing a vehicle emergency kit is necessary...

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Holiday Travel Safety Tips

Holiday Travel Safety Tips

It’s that time of year when families and loved ones gather together to celebrate the holidays. Holidays mean travel and more traffic than most times of the year. To ensure your trip is safe and worry-free, here are some Holiday Travel Safety Tips to consider. Before...

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Motorcycle Braking Safety

Motorcycle Braking Safety

Motorcycles can be quite the thrill, but without having the experience it may not be the safest means of transportation. We have put together some motorcycle braking safety tips to prepare you for a safer ride. With two wheels and high speed, you’re already at a...

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Driving Safely During Deer Season

Driving Safely During Deer Season

Driving Safely During Deer Season Deer season is upon us. That means those little critters are much more active. You may spot a pair of glowing eyes in the dusk, but it doesn’t mean much until they're 2 feet from the front of your bumper. It’s the most natural...

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Do You Know Your Vehicle History?

Do You Know Your Vehicle History?

Looking Into Your Vehicle History When purchasing a used vehicle, it's best to understand your vehicle history. It’s easy to get excited about something shiny and new. While a new car can be pretty, sound fast and have an awesome detail job, it’s what you can’t see...

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