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Distracted Driver Accidents | October 21, 2018

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Three-Wheeled Vehicles: A New Distraction on the Road

October 10, 2018 |

The three-wheeled vehicle has been around for over a century, and is gearing up to stage a comeback.

Initially built for versatility, and quick, cheap transportation after WWII, the three-wheeled car provided a struggling economy with a shining light of … Read More

28 Ways to Drive Less Distracted in 2018

July 27, 2018 |

It is the year 2018 and we are already halfway through it. (crazy, right?) With that comes innovation, new technology, and smart cars. Check out the list below of useful resources to keep up with the evolution and learn how … Read More

Driving Under The Influence of Electronics: Is Washington’s Distracted Driving Law Saving Lives?

June 27, 2018 |

It’s time to get on the road and off the phone says Washington State’s top officials. Last year a new distracted driving law was put into place by top safety officials as part of an effort to decrease distracted driving … Read More

The Effects of Distracted Driving & What You Can Do to Stop It

April 25, 2018 |

We’re all guilty of it…distracted driving. Whether it’s because you were in a rush or because you weren’t, people are constantly multi-tasking when driving. This proves to be highly detrimental as, on average, 25% of all motor vehicle crash fatalities … Read More

6 Automobile Safety Products and Technologies

May 13, 2016 |

Safety is and always has been one of the top concerns for automobile owners. With the immense increase in distracted driving related auto collisions over the past decade, it’s a good thing that today’s new automobiles offer more protection and … Read More

The Most Dangerous App on Your Phone

February 9, 2016 |

Liberty Mutual and Students Against Destructive Decisions conducted a survey with over 1,600 high school students in regards to distracted driving and teen driving behavior. An alarming but possibly not surprising find was that 88% of respondents admitted to using … Read More