Severe winter weather often poses a dangerous risk to drivers. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, you are 36 percent more likely to be in a car accident in January than July.
What's more, conventional wisdom on safe winter driving often isn't wise at all. Lets separate safety myths from reality.
A popular belief is that drivers need to keep up with the flow of traffic. Is this correct?
This is not the best advice. There are a lot of "cowboys
Did you know you can hire someone to get you out of a traffic jam in China? True story. #4 will make you wish we had that service in America! Check out these six fun and interesting fun facts about cars that will surprise you. 1. There are 253 million cars + trucks in the U.S. There are more than one billion cars in the world. Roughly ¼ of them are located in the United States. China is catching up quickly. There are currently 154 million cars in China, which is 20 times high
Cars are a common topic of conversation for many people. Vehicles play a huge role in today’s crazy and hectic society. To be without your car for a day can really throw a wrench in your plans. How will you get to work? Who will pick up the kids from school? How are you going to run to the grocery store after carting your teenagers to soccer and football practice? Our cars allow us to live life to the fullest by taking us where we want to go. Here are nine interesting facts a
Ever wonder why car tires are black instead of blue, green or even red? Rubber and plastics can be virtually any color we want, all we need to do is add the right chemical or dye during the manufacturing process. However, most tires that are filled with compressed air (bicycle, automotive & construction vehicles) are a boring shade of black, and have remained that color for nearly as long as automobiles have existed. But why? Is there a specific reason for this color selectio
During WWII, Ferruccio Lamborghini was a young mechanic in Italy’s Royal Air Force. Following the war, the enterprising young man capitalized on all the spare military equipment lying about, converting it into farm tractors. Business took off and Lamborghini was soon a rich man, able to pursue his love of sports cars. His collection included Maseratis, Aston Martins, and Ferraris. This latter brand caused Lamorghini considerable annoyance. He loved his Ferraris, but they ha