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Safer Road Trips with Kids

Apr 28 2015 in Auto Accidents

If you are a parent, chances are that your kids are already counting down the days until summer vacation. While we still have a little time left to prepare, summer travels will be here before we know it. That means getting ready for road trips….

Reducing Distracting Passenger Behavior

Apr 27 2015 in Auto Accidents

When you are behind the wheel, your mind and eyes should be focused on one thing only: the road. This is so important, because distracted driving makes an accident at least three times as likely as it would be if you were fully paying attention…

Pothole Accidents

Apr 24 2015 in Auto Accidents

As any driver in Chicago can tell you, nothing is worse than being forced to drive over a large pothole. When traffic conditions are bad, you may be not only forced to do undergo an unpleasant bump, but you may even find that your car…

Subaru Incorporating New Technology to Reduce Accidents

Apr 21 2015 in Auto Accidents

You’ve probably seen Google’s self-driving car, and you may have even seen the intelligent drive features of the new Mercedes S-class. Unfortunately for most of us, these self-driving technologies are still a bit out of reach for those of us who want to do other…

How to Interact with Emergency Vehicles on the Road

Apr 20 2015 in Auto Accidents

We all know how important it is to yield right-of-way to emergency vehicles and to do the right thing in order to allow them to arrive to the emergency as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, when approached by an ambulance, fire truck, or police car with…

Replacing Your Tires

Apr 16 2015 in Auto Accidents, Personal Injury

When you’re on a budget like most of us, replacing your tires can be a painful expense to swallow, especially if you replace all four tires at once, like the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) suggests. Despite the sometimes-difficult expense, it is worth it…