driver safety

Karen's life changed in February of 2007 when she was driving on the Interstate in Tampa, Florida. Without warning, a drunk
The risk of crashing doubles when drivers aren't focused.
The Chevy Aveo, which is sold without airbags in Mexico, offers inadequate protection in crash situations.
A provision in a new bill would let younger truckers drive interstate.
April is nationally recognized as Distracted Driving Awareness Month, so now is a perfect time to share some tips to help you beat distracted driving from AARP Driver Safety. These four tips are designed to help you minimize the distractions that can make driving needlessly more dangerous.
4. Consider the Weather Are you traveling to a city known for its rainy conditions or early nightfall? Don't be too enticed
Most people wouldn't associate driving with exercise. While staying fit is essential to a healthy lifestyle, it is also critical to driving safely. This is especially true as we age.
While my son and his friend followed some of these tips, they definitely were not fully prepared. That's why I got them an emergency roadside kit over the holidays, fit with a blanket. If a roadside emergency should ever arise again, at least I know he'll be much more prepared.
We asked more than 1,200 drivers age 30 and older about how they prepare for trips of 50 miles or more. We found some key areas where all drivers could use a refresher about how to prepare before they hit the road.
According to recent Department of Transportation data, summer -- not winter as many might expect -- is the most dangerous driving season.
With the summer travel season kicking off this weekend and millions of Americans preparing to head out on the roads, there's no better time to talk about road safety and the importance of staying focused behind the wheel.
Despite these significant changes, many Americans don't take the necessary action to keep up. They rely on what they learned
By Ellen Scott Even if YOLO is just a stupider version of carpe diem, I can’t diss its message. It’s great to know you only
Even though we are all excellent drivers, we know that everyone else on the road is a moron, and we want to protect our kids from danger. So why does study after study show that children are not sitting where they should or how they should in order to be safe?
Illinois lawmakers are preparing to consider raising the speed limit on highways outside of Chicago from 65 to 70 mph. But