• April

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    Don’t Text and Drive

    Don’t Text and Drive

    You’re driving down the road and your phone vibrates. You glance at it and see a text message. That couple of seconds you glanced down is enough to cause you to get into a wreck. You’re at even more risk if you actually start to tap out a response. 1 out of every 4 accidents

    • March

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    Maintaining a Safe Following Distance

    Maintaining a Safe Following Distance

    Source: http://www.smartmotorist.com/traffic-and-safety-guideline/maintain-a-safe-following-distance-the-3-second-rule.html Good Weather – During daylight with good, dry roads and low traffic volume, you can ensure you’re a safe distance from the car ahead of you by following the “three-second rule.” The distance changes at different speeds. To determine the a safe following distance, first select a fixed object on the road ahead such as a

    • February

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    How to Check Brake Fluid

    How to Check Brake Fluid

    Most car owners have experiencing in checking and replacing wiper fluid and coolant. But have you ever checked or replaced your brake fluid? If not, it’s pretty easy… In most cars the brake fluid reservoir is at the back of the engine, right in front of the driver. Check the fluid level. There are min

    • December

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    Frosted Window Hack

    Frosted Window Hack

    So it’s a wintery morning and you’re running a few minute behind getting out the door. You get to your car and the windshield and windows are covered in frost. Now you’re running even later because you have to scrape all of the windows. Sound familiar? We found a great hack for preventing frosted windows!

    • October

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    Tire Pressure During Colder Months

    Tire Pressure During Colder Months

    As the colder months approach, it’s important to be aware of your tire pressure. Just as at the beginning of the summer season, you’ll want to make sure you have the right tire pressure throughout the colder fall and winter months. Cold air can cause tires to lose pressure around 1psi per 10 degree drop.

    • September

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    Why Do Firetrucks Respond to Minor Accidents

    Why Do Firetrucks Respond to Minor Accidents

    When you drive past minor accidents, often you’ll see a fire truck at the scene. So why do these rigs respond when there are no signs of fire or severe injury? Fire trucks respond to traffic accidents for a couple of reasons. They serve as a barrier between the accident and the passing traffic, providing