Weekly Topic Inspiration: Car Safety & Safe Driving
Don't know what to write about this week? Give car safety and safe driving a try with the WTI gang!
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Driving tips to help keep you safe on the road. Pointers to help as you age and for various weather conditions. read more
Safe driving is VERY important, especially every year when we release thousands of new drivers onto the roads (a.k.a. teenagers). Now, as my young daughter is nearing the permit-driving-age, I'm even more sensitive and aware of the rules of the road and making sure she understands offensive and defensive driving. Whew! A lot to be worried about, for sure! But, this is an excellent topic and a fantastic hub for me to write as my first one to get my feet wet!
This hub shares about car safety and safe driving tips for teenage kids. It also shares some facts and figures related to teen driving. read more
Want to survive as a commuter bicyclist? I've combined the bicycle rules of the road with insider tips gleaned from cyclists and motorcycle riders over the years. These road bike riding tips have really come in handy- I hope you find them useful, too! read more
Which is the worst problem today in the realm of Distracted Driving - texting, animated bill boards, or other drivers looking and shouting into your moving vehicle? Protect your teens with information during Teen Driving Awareness Week. read more
Driving defensively is what we all need to do to - starting right now - to increase our safety on the road. Not only can you prevent accidents, but you will save money and I will show you how.
Pay attention folks! read more
Things you should do before getting into your car to drive. What to check outside the vehicle and under the hood. Useful tips and handy items to keep you safe. read more
I'm not a driver-but as a pedestrian I see plenty of horrible drivers where I live. They don't obey laws, they are in a hurry to get where they are going, and they have no courtesy. And yet I live in a hospital zone. Of course, there are a lot of pedestrians in my area as a result and woe to them who are trying to get to work or visit relatives. I've published quite a few hubs about Fraser valley drivers already.
Do you think there should be an upper age limit for drivers? Is allowing senior citizens to continue driving beyond a certain age safe? Should refresher driving courses for the elderly be compulsory? This might be controversial, but surely we all recognise that most older people's driving does deteriorate and something has to be done for safety's sake. read more
A selection of creative and shocking safe driving awareness ads, road safety ads. read more
Growing up in a small town, I never had to worry about parking. Then I moved to a large city and realized that by simply parking downtown, I was leaving myself open to dings, dents, break-ins, and more. As great as insurance can be, it can be better to try to prevent any damage to your vehicle by being more careful about where you leave it. Read this tips on how to protect your car when parking in the city. read more
Airbags can save lives but are not designed for children passengers. Ensure that children are not exposed to the risk of losing their lives or sustaining serious injuries by adhering to the recommendations of the airbag manufacturers. read more
That's a big problem occurring currently in Cambodia. I hope that you all may know my country. It was so beautiful with ancient temple; however, a car accident currently happening in my country makes me so upset and I hope that with this question would be a good one and would find out a good answer for my Cambodian people to be taken care of their lives.
No matter how good a driver you are taking the little but important precautionary steps can go a long way in preventing unwanted road mishaps. The foremost precautionary step is to avoid driving in bad weather unless it is extremely important. Other tips are discussed here read more
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How Motor Carriers can be in compliance with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations
How to stop a car safely while driving every day. Did you know there is a 'following distance' assigned even to stopped traffic? read more
Accidents are the most frequent cause of death among children and it is of utmost importance to keep a child safe in the car. There are a number of systems such as LATCH and ISOFIX that provide a child’s seat to be firmly fixed in a car. These... read more
If precautions are taken, we could prevent even the professional thieves from stealing the car. With the development of technology many new inventions have come, that make our vehicle safer. The main thing is to understand or know about these security tips and adapt them accordingly. The maximum precautions you take, the safer would be your vehicle. read more
by Simone Haruko Smith 6 years ago
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