Autumn Driving Tips to Share With Your Teen

As your teen gets fully engaged in school activities, he or she may be itching to hit the road. However, there are safety issues to consider. The National Safety Council reports that teens have automobile crashes at three times the … Continued

The Safest Feature in Your Car is You

While innovative car safety features are introduced each year, the most important one has always been the driver. Nationwide’s recently introduced commercial highlights driving safely and protecting yourself and the occupants of your vehicle. Here’s a glimpse of what safe … Continued

Keep Seniors Safe on The Road

What adult children should look for and how to help. When is it time for a senior parent to stop driving? It’s a question many adult children don’t want to think about, but they should. In 2012, there were 3,616 … Continued

What to Do if Your Vehicle is Recalled

An automotive recall can hit home, but the process may be relatively painless. It can be quite unsettling to discover that your car has been recalled. And it’s happening more than ever: There were 632 recalls in the U.S. in … Continued

Born to Be Wild (but Safe)

Enjoy the open road but minimize the risks. There’s nothing like heading out on the highway on two wheels. As spring weather hits, more and more motorcycle riders will take to the streets. But, as always, safety comes first. Especially … Continued

Stay Alert! The Dangers of Drowsy Driving

Drowsy driving is a risky—and possibly fatal—behavior. Find out how to stay sharp behind the wheel. So you think driving while drowsy is “no big deal?” Think again. While it doesn’t claim the same degree of notoriety as driving under … Continued

Teaching Your Teen to Drive

Learn the keys to raising a responsible driver. All parents feel at least some sense of concern when their teenagers start to drive. And there’s a valid reason for that: Teens account for three times more fatal crashes per mile … Continued

12 Must-Have Winter Emergency Car Kit Items

A snow-covered landscape may be a beautiful sight, but icy roads, strong winds and snowdrifts can make winter driving treacherous. It’s wise to have an emergency kit in your car in case it gets stuck or breaks down. Here are some items it should contain:

How’s Your Defensive Driving IQ?

The latest in automotive tech will never override sound, safe driving. Is your car “loaded” with an assortment of safety-enhancement technology? That’s a good thing, of course. And auto manufacturers continue to come up with new innovations on this front, … Continued