Do You Really Need All that Power Under the Hood?

In 2012, 30% of all fatal accidents were caused at least in part by a speeding driver, according to the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. More than 10,200 people died as a result of those speed-related accidents, which represented an increase of 2 percent from 2011. In short, speed kills. One of the reasons…

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Technological Advancements in Cars in 2015 and Beyond

The consumer’s need to stay connected is a contributing factor in one out of five car accidents every year. Distracted driving, which includes activities such as texting, talking on the phone and checking in on social media accounts, accounts for more than 1,150 injuries and 9 deaths every day in the United States, according to…

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Teens More Likely to Drive Older, Unsafe Cars

When many teenagers get their driver’s licenses, they find themselves driving second hand cars. Our least experienced drivers are often behind the wheel of smaller, older model vehicles with fewer safety features. A recent study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety found that almost half of drivers age 15-17 killed in wrecks from 2008…

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