Roadmap to Vehicle Safety
Before you get behind the wheel, your car has already been tested by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to measure how well you and others are protected. Here’s what the NHTSA looks for and the features they recommend.
Making an Emergency Kit for Your Car
Stay prepared by storing an emergency kit in your vehicle. We’ve got tips on what to pack.
How Speed Limits Impact Safety
Here’s a look at how lowering the speed limit by even 5 mph changes a motorist’s behavior, according to research from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
How to Change a Flat Tire
Using a tire pressure gauge,1 inspect the spare’s air pressure to make sure it’s safe – temporary spares (T-Type) should...
How to Stay Cool in Traffic
Read these tips to help keep calm behind the wheel. Between traffic jams, construction hassles and aggressive drivers, it can be easy to get stressed on the road. If you feel your blood pressure rising along with your speed, use these tips to keep calm, collected and safe behind the...
Top Tech to Keep Your New Driver Safe
Every little bit of technology helps! You’ll find these safety technologies in more recent models: • Lane departure warning and...
6 Common Mistakes Teen Drivers Make
Learn to recognize them to help your child become safer on the road. When your teen takes the wheel, their inexperience can be a problem – for themselves, their passengers and others on the road. Fortunately, most of their beginners’ mistakes can be prevented. Here are some of the most...
Ways Red Light Cameras Can Improve Safety
Red light cameras can incentivize drivers to follow the rules of the road. Red light camera programs are gaining popularity across the country. Put simply, traffic light cameras are designed to reduce crashes associated with running red lights. In fact, studies have shown that red light cameras at intersections with...