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Safety Tips for Teenagers

Safety Tips for Teenagers

Your teenager passed the driver’s test with flying colors. You’ve done enough supervision to know that there is a safe and sensible driver at the wheel. But now, as your teen is soloing, you’re grappling with a new worry: Did you cover personal...
Why so many recalls?

Why so many recalls?

Safety recalls for automobiles sold in the U.S. have soared in recent years, leaving many consumers wondering if the big numbers mean vehicle reliability and safety are declining. It’s a valid question. The number of passenger vehicle recalls in 2016 set a...
Tire pressure light

Tire pressure light

If you’re buying or driving a 2008 or newer car, truck or SUV, it has a tire-pressure monitoring system (TPMS), which uses sensors to continuously monitor pressure in the tires and warn you with a dashboard symbol when tire pressure is dangerously low. The...
How to Use Your Cruise Control

How to Use Your Cruise Control

Some drivers shy away from using cruise control because they think it will make their car go faster under certain conditions, like steep declines, and they won’t be able to respond in time to adjust. But unless you are using cruise control in wet or snowy...
How to Safely do your Turns

How to Safely do your Turns

Turning is one of the basic maneuvers of driving and also one of the most important. When making right turns, left turns, and U-turns, always remember to do the following steps: Signal and slow down or brake before the turn It’s important to signal before reducing...
How to Safely Stop an Out of Control Car

How to Safely Stop an Out of Control Car

Cars are getting safer all the time. With antilock brakes, automatic parking, backup cameras, airbags, radar collision detection — you’d almost think nothing could go wrong while you’re driving, assuming that you’re a reasonably good driver and...