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Potholes and puddles and glare, oh my! As the seasons change, so do road conditions. While winter snow and ice generally prevail as far as challenging road conditions go, spring also presents a variety of challenges that can affect your travel. Stay safe on the road this spring by following these 8 driving tips from AARP Driver Safety: Spring showers [...]
What is the purpose of bumpers? Bumpers are supposed to keep damage away from safety-related equipment such as headlights and taillights and protect vehicle parts such as hoods, fenders, and exhaust and cooling systems that are expensive to repair. When bumpers are poorly designed, these parts sustain most of the damage in parking-lot collisions and other low-speed impacts. Bills to [...]
Don't be afraid. Be prepared. The best way to avoid a traffic accident in wintry ice and snow conditions - stay home or try to stay put until snow plows and sanding crews have done their work. Give yourself extra time to get to your destination, and make sure your car is prepared. Driving safely on icy roads 1. Decrease [...]
Prepare for winter conditions Car problems that are a nuisance in the summer can turn dangerous in the winter. A thorough check of the cooling, charging, braking and suspension systems is a must; don't wait until the first winter storm. Know how to recover from skids. When braking on a slippery road, it’s all too easy to “lock up” your [...]
On your way to Grandma's house for the holidays? Take some tips from every day drivers who have traveled more than a million accident-free miles: United States Postal Service mail carriers. I make sure my vehicle is in complete operative condition every day,” she said. “I identify and report repair work for lights, tires, wipers and mirrors, and I then make sure that [...]