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Does your car’s age affect your safety on the road?

Some people believe that older cars are more reliable, and thus, are better options than the newer ones that are on the roads today. What they might not realize is that older cars are associated with more fatalities than newer cars, according to data from…

Staying safe when you drive at night in New Mexico

Driving at night presents its own unique set of challenges and hazards. It’s a whole different ballgame from daytime driving. Everything is harder to distinguish – other vehicles, pedestrians, bicyclists, road markings and street signs. It’s almost as if you have to cultivate a separate…

What is the most dangerous type of distracted driving?

There are many behaviors that constitute distracted driving, from eating and applying makeup to attending to a child in the backseat. While all of these behaviors are dangerous, one form of distracted driving rises to the top: Texting while driving. Why is texting so dangerous?…

Improving your mental health after a car accident

Being in a car accident can have a huge impact on both your mental and physical health. The physical injuries can stay with you for many months, impacting your ability to work, be independent and simply enjoy life without being in constant pain. All of…

What is a distracted driver?

Distracted drivers are a risk to themselves and others on the road. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), distracted driving leads to around 3,000 deaths a year in this country. It also causes many more non-fatal crashes. The problem occurs among all…

Why do trucks crash into other vehicles?

If a truck hits you as you are driving along, the consequences are likely to be catastrophic. Due to the size and weight, the chances of you surviving without severe injury are slim. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) made a series of safety cards…

Does it matter what color car you drive?

There is a reason Prince sang about a “Little Red Corvette,” and not a grey or beige one. Red cars project a certain image that some drivers want to give off. However, there is no research to show that drivers of red cars are faster…

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