Tag: texting and driving

August 28, 2018

Back To School Driving Tips 101

Back to School Driving Tips 101 School is back in session! The summer is over, and we are heading straight into a new school year. Back to school means there are more drivers on the road than usual during your morning commute. Most will purposely take alternate routes during the school year to avoid the additional slow down time. However, if you are dropping off […]

April 6, 2017

5 Car Safety Tips for New Parents

Families are growing faster than ever these days. Some people are enjoying the experience of being a new parent, while others are thrilled to be expecting. Whatever the case may be, adding a child into your life changes everything. Driving is stressful enough, and adding a child into the mix can only amplify those stress levels. It’s important to follow certain precautions to keep your […]

October 21, 2016

5 Tips for New Drivers

This fall could mark many firsts for you and your family, particularly if one of your teenagers is turning 16, and we all know what that means! This is a crucial event for any parent and one that could trigger some cause for concern. Many teenagers and especially millennials have what is known as the “Superman complex.” They believe they are invincible and, thanks to […]

October 13, 2016

5 Things to Avoid While Driving

In today’s fast-paced world, people tend to multitask when they’re behind the wheel of a car. They feel like they’re so accustomed to the daily routine of driving from point A to point B that it’s okay to carry out other tasks that require you to take your eyes and attention off the road for a period of time. We’re all guilty of doing this […]

July 28, 2016

Creative Ways to Stop Texting & Driving

Oil and water Taylor Swift and Kanye West McDonalds and Dieting… These are just a few things that do not mix well. However, if we had to pick the granddaddy of them all, texting and driving would probably take the cake. We’ve all heard the sayings “Help save lives, don’t text and drive” or “It can wait” thousands of times, but for some reason we […]