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How car accidents happen in Texas

There is a lot of ground to cover on Texas roads. Naturally, there are going to be a lot of accidents in such a big state. Let’s look at some of the stats about Texas crashes from 2018 and some of the biggest causes of Texas accidents. In 2018, there was a reportable crash on…

The driver’s guide to self-care

It’s been a full 8-hour workday and you’ve got to get to that family event back in your hometown tonight, several hours away. All you feel like doing is crashing on the couch with Netflix, but you brew yourself a fresh thermos of coffee and haul yourself into the driver’s seat. But with caffeine coursing…

These night driving safety tips could save your life

You’re driving home and tired. To keep yourself awake, you’re jamming to your favorite rock station, but not really paying attention to your surroundings. All of a sudden, a deer pops out of nowhere, and you to swerve around him. Does any of this sound familiar? It is important for drivers to revisit night driving…

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On-screen technology leads to distracted driving

In-car screens, often referred to as vehicle infotainment systems, are becoming a common built-in feature on most newer cars. Like many other devices, including cell phones, these are adding to driver distractions, and consequently leading to accidents. The AAA Foundation conducted a study recently that showed while the technology is convenient in some ways, it…

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Here’s how to comply with the Texas no-text law

Texas implemented a state no-text law for drivers in September 2017. While many counties already had cell phone bans, this new law bans reading and writing text communications across the state. For some, it is an adjustment to wait to text or use hands-free devices, which is why we’re providing some tips. Understanding the new…

A man sits in his vehicle behind the wheel, looking at his smartphone.

What you didn’t know about distracted driving

We live in a world with constant distractions, including while we are driving. Smartphones not only consume our attention while we work or at home, but also behind the wheel. Starting September 1, 2017 in Texas, it will be illegal to text and drive. Campaigns are also in place by several organizations nationwide and major cell…

A young woman puts on lipstick in the drivers seat while holding her cell phone with her shoulder.

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