We are quickly moving towards the close of the year, and towards the official start of winter. Even so, winter raises new safety risks that may impact your ability to drive safely.
When a car accident occurs, does it matter who is at-fault? In no-fault states, who is responsible is less of a factor than you may think.
Driving safely is about more than being careful behind the wheel. It also means that you have to have the proper qualifications to operate a vehicle.
Driving in Mexico means that Americans have a responsibility to follow Mexican law. If they don’t, they could experience an accident. This could cause problems between drivers and Mexican authorities.
It is awfully difficult to traverse city roads without encountering a pothole. Sometimes, potholes can linger for years.
Whenever you hit the road, you need auto insurance. This is especially true when you venture to an unfamiliar location. When you travel, you face risks that you may not ordinarily encounter.
Reckless driving demonstrates risk to the authorities and insurance companies. Reckless driving may harm drivers, their vehicles, personal property and others on the road.
Your family has finally arrived at the time in your lives where you have a teenage driver in the home. Your teen has passed the tests, logged their practice hours and is now ready to drive solo.
No one wants the police to stop them while driving. Drivers, regardless of their record, need to take each driving violation seriously.
When looking for auto insurance, your insurer may classify you as a non-standard policyholder. What is this term? What makes you a non-standard driver?