“What Should I Do?” When You Have Been in an Automobile Collision

1. First and foremost, make sure you and all passengers are okay and do not require medical attention. 2. Turn on emergency flashers and stay as far off of the roadway as possible. 3. Contact local authorities. 4. Take photos, if possible. 5. Exchange insurance and contact information with other party involved. (Always a MUST)

2018-02-14T20:24:53-06:00Categories: Accidents, Blog, Tips|

Data Shows: More Strict Driving Laws Make Us Safer

The singer Sammy Hagar once sang in complaint “I Can’t Drive 55,” an ode to the tortoises that cars became when the speed limit was lowered to 55 mph in 1974 as a provision of the Federal Emergency Highway Energy Conservation Act. It was hoped that driver safety would be enhanced by lowering speeds. Now comes

2018-02-14T20:25:12-06:00Categories: Blog, Driving and Safety|

Mobile Game Teaches Car Safety Technology

A new mobile game is on the app market that attempts to answer a question many drivers have today: “My car does what?” The game, Dashboard Blitz, helps educate players about the beeps, flashing icons and technologies that are common in many of today’s cars. If you’ve ever wondered how to turn off that lit

2018-02-15T18:08:03-06:00Categories: Blog, Tips|
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