The lights on our cars endure regular wear and tear just like any other part of our vehicle. Functional lights ensure that you have greater visibility at night, alert other drivers of your intention to turn or brake, and help you remain clearly visible to other drivers when driving in inclement weather conditions.
You might’ve noticed that one or both of the sun visors in your car seem to be gradually getting looser or, if you’re really unlucky, maybe the visor on the driver’s side broke off on one side and blocks your view. Fret not, a broken sun visor is usually a simple and affordable fix. Here are a few tips.
Most states enforce “move over” laws, which require drivers to move to the right when an emergency vehicle is approaching with lights and sirens. So why does it seem like everyone scatters every which direction when an emergency vehicle with flashing lights is nearby? Let’s clarify the rules regarding traffic safety and emergency vehicles.
Keep in mind, the safest practice regarding cell phone use while driving is to not use it at all. Placing your cell phone in the center console and practicing an “out of sight, out of mind” approach could help keep you, your passengers, and others around you out of a dangerous situation due to distracted driving. If using your cell phone while driving is unavoidable, here are a few safety tips you can use to prioritize safe driving practices when using your phone.
No matter how careful you are on the road, animal collisions can happen. Deer can be especially dangerous since they’re a larger animal. If you’ve hit a deer and are uninjured, you’ll still need to follow a few basic procedures to keep yourself safe until assistance arrives. Here’s what to do if you hit a deer on the road.