Resource Guide on Car Theft

Car theft occurs when a person breaks into and attempts to drives away in a car that is not theirs. It is considered car theft even if the person is not successful and is caught before they can get away with the car. There are several ways a car can […]

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Car and Driving Safety Resource Guide

Many individuals living across the globe rely on the use of an automobile to travel between their homes, schools, and places of employment. In fact, according to some research, as many as 750 million vehicles are used each day. To avoid personal injury or property damage, drivers are often encouraged […]

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Auto Safety – Keep Your Child Safe on the Road

  Infants and toddlers need restraining devices while traveling in a vehicle, especially for all children ages 8 and younger. Unfortunately, not many parents understand how to use a car seat or booster, which means children remain at risk of incurring serious injury and even death during an accident. As […]

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Defensive Driving for Automotive Safety

Driving defensively is necessary in order to stay safe on the road. The term defensive driving means that as a driver of a vehicle, you should be aware of others on the road at all times and be prepared to take corrective action in order to avoid any kind of […]

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Auto Guide: Guide to Preventing Texting While Driving

These days, we rely on the use of our vehicles more than ever. Our cars not only take us to work, but also to school, the grocery store, post office, and a variety of other locations. While many drivers practice safe driving techniques, this cannot be said for all individuals. […]

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Drowsy Driving and Warning Signals

When a person gets in the driver’s seat of a car, he or she is responsible for being in top driving condition before getting on the road. If that person is tired or otherwise suffering from fatigue, the risk of getting into a car accident increases substantially. This is commonly […]

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