Car Seat Safety in Colder Weather

Bulky winter coats are less common in Texas than in many other places. Still, the weather does get cold enough sometimes for us to need to bundle our kids up before getting in the car. But have you ever wondered if you should take that jacket off b...

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Federal Agency Takes an Unprecedented Step to Curb Speeding

Have you ever wondered why car speedometers go as high as they do? While it's downright funny to contemplate the family minivan ever getting up to 90 mph, no less 160, the truth is that most cars can go faster than any road in the country will allow...

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Are Younger Drivers Safer Than Ever?

It makes intuitive sense that the least experienced drivers are the most prone to mistakes. The more time you spend behind the wheel, the better you are able to handle the responsibility of safe driving. Recent statistics indicate that younger drive...

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Will Right Turns on Red Be Outlawed?

Bicycle and pedestrian deaths caused by motor vehicles have risen substantially over the past decade. The sharp rise in these accidents has sent safety experts scrambling for ways to reduce these tragedies. Of the suggested solutions, few have create...

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