When you buy or lease a new vehicle, it’s not just about the monthly payments. The vehicle’s safety rating should be at the top of your list, since that impacts more than just safety – including insurance costs and resale value. Here are the top-rated 2022 vehicles for safety, according to NHTSA, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
The deadline to have a Real ID for air travel has been pushed back again, to Spring 2023, to give us all more time to get identification that meet updated security requirements to prevent counterfeiting. You’ll need a compliant ID also to enter any federal facility, including a military base, courthouse or IRS office..
The holiday driving season now underway means clogged roads and traffic jams, when road rage becomes a driving danger, along with drunk driving and such distracted driving as texting while driving. All of us have gotten frustrated behind the wheel at some point in our lives, and maybe even acted out by doing something stupid,
On average, 38 children die from heat-related deaths trapped inside vehicles every year. Even the best parents or caregivers can unknowingly leave a sleeping baby in a car, or deliberately leave a child to do some quick errands. Either way, the result can be injury or even death. Here are tips for avoiding heat-related deaths
Ford, Fiat/Chrysler and General Motors have all but halted vehicle production in the U.S. and around the world, and are switching to manufacturing emergency medical supplies and equipment for healthcare workers, first responders and patients fighting the Coronavirus pandemic. 3D technology, repurposing equipment such as fans used to air-cool passenger seats and other technical and
Is it safe to travel now? Coronavirus is changing all our travel plans. Whether or not you should take a planned trip depends on many things, including your destination, your own age and health, your family members, and also the people you will be traveling with. If you choose to cancel or postpone your trip,