Sunday, 19 May 2013Posted by admin
Hedging is the subtle art of protecting an investment. A miniscule chance of failure necessitates a proactive plan to avoid damage to your car and its passengers. The insurance industry has risen to protect people from catastrophe. Prudent individuals have adopted this attitude in areas of their personal lives. The breaking system in automobiles is one such place where a safety first attitude is profitable.
Gain can be seen in the money saved by remaining vigilant. Frequent visual inspections require just a few moments to complete. Brake pad thickness is Read the rest of this entry »
Friday, 17 May 2013Posted by admin
Even though the words, “You drive like my grandmother!” are usually intended to be insulting, grandmas can teach young people a lot about safe driving.
People often complain that their grandmothers drive too slowly. While it is possible to drive dangerously slow, reducing the speed like grandma does could save people from injuries in accidents and expensive speeding tickets.
The elderly also tend to drive with more caution than anyone else on the road. While overcautious driving makes other motorists irritable, it can actually save lives. The next Read the rest of this entry »
Thursday, 16 May 2013Posted by admin
Essential Winter Driving Safety Tips
Experienced Versus Novice Drivers In The Winter
The main difference between an amateur and experienced driver is seeing how they interact with the winter terrain conditions. The winter is one of the riskiest and most dangerous seasons to maneuver a vehicle in. Furthermore, many specific driving techniques make it easy to differentiate between an above average and average driver. In other words, an above average driver will employ more safety precaution while driving in the winter Read the rest of this entry »
Wednesday, 15 May 2013Posted by admin
Some drivers simply can not resist the urge to text while behind the wheel. Unfortunately, they are putting themselves in a great deal of danger. Although drunk driving is a well-known threat to everyone on the road, studies have shown that texting while driving may pose an even greater risk. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, texting while driving is six times more likely to cause a car crash.
Every year, there are thousands of drivers who lose their lives as a result of texting. Teenagers are especially at risk due to their frequency of sending text messages. Read the rest of this entry »
Monday, 13 May 2013Posted by admin
Are Women Better Than Men At Parking?
The Myth And The Reality of The Situation
There is general myth that exists about how women are better drivers at parking than men. However, this is an unscientific claim that has never been proven or scientifically tested. In other words, there is no way to quantify whether women or men are better drivers at parking. This is also a silly discussion point. The main issue at hand is that there are types of drivers who are Read the rest of this entry »
Monday, 15 April 2013Posted by www.aboveaveragedriver.com
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