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CA Traffic Deaths on the Rise

It’s hard to find anything troubling about the end of a recession, but here in California with the increase in the number of people getting back to work it means more motorists on the roads. Unfortunatley, more cars on the roads means more car accidents and even more deaths. California…

10 Car Makers Focus on Brakes

Imagine, if you will, a future where cars take care of the braking themselves thanks to onboard computer systems, while you are making your treacherous workday commute slogging down an interstate with bumper-to-bumper traffic. That daydream is about to become reality, thanks to an agreement by 10 of the major…

Car Recalls Through the Roof, 47 Million Still Unfixed

You know that car that just hit you, there’s actually a one-in-five chance that the owner of that vehicle hasn’t gotten around to fixing a safety recall on it, according to recent industry studies.1 In 2014 alone, U.S. automotive manufactures recalled approximately 62 million vehicles.2 Currently, used-car history service provider…

Feds New CDL Standards

A lot of factors are stacking up to make the future of driving and being a motorist passenger safer – everything from the emergence of self-driving cars, no-tolerance DUI laws, and accident avoidance systems – but now you’ll have truck and bus drivers who carry a commercial driver’s license to…

Bringing on board a new administrator for improved leadership and a retooled focus, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has refined its mission and sharpened it’s focus on three particular areas of future progress:1 Enhancing technology innovations Overhauling the automotive recall program Strengthening core safety programs to improve road…

Time Change & Drowsy Driving

Californians better stop dreaming when they are driving, and take notice and plan ahead for the upcoming Daylight Savings time change taking effect March 13. Losing an hour of sleep for some people can actually end up being a fatal thing, especially when they have to get behind the wheel…

Celebrating Independence Day in the U.S. commonly involves barbeques, fireworks and other fun festivities. What you may not realize as you gear up to celebrate the holiday weekend, however, is that July 4th is also the riskiest day to be on the roads. And that’s because July 4th is the…