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States Driver Training Benefits

The road can be a dangerous place, and the wrong decision could have terrible—even fatal—consequences. We have to stay sharp and informed. Learning doesn’t stop when we graduate from school. We’re all students for the entirety of our lives. Driving should be no exception.

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Protect Yourself From Insurance Fraud

You may know someone who’s been the victim of car insurance fraud, or seen a story about it on the news. Even if you’ve had no personal encounter with insurance fraud, it has directly affected your wallet, since fraudulent claims cause higher premiums from insurance companies for all drivers.

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Driving Techniques

There was a time when driving was simpler, but not anymore. Today, there are more vehicles on the roads, higher speeds, and a myriad of ways to become distracted. Modern vehicles are more complicated, loaded with technology to help protect and entertain occupants. As the driving environment and vehicles have changed, so have safe driving techniques.

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Get Home Safely - Alternatives to Drunk Driving

Every day, 28 people die in car crashes involving an alcohol-impaired driver. In 2015, 10,265 people died in alcohol-impaired car accidents.

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Winter Driving Techniques

Winter driving safety starts long before you get behind the wheel. No matter how sharp your reflexes are, when you lose traction, all of the expert driving techniques may not help you.

 

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Driving Tips to Prolong Your Car's Life

Before you get behind the wheel, there are several precautions you can take to prolong the life of your car: change your oil every 5 – 10,000 miles; rotate your tires every 10,000 miles; replace your air filter every 30 – 45,000 miles; keep your tires properly inflated; get your wheels aligned if the car drifts or pulls to one side or the other; routinely clean out your trunk and back seat because the added weight puts an extra strain on your engine.

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Dangers of Syncing Your Phone to Your Vehicle

Would you leave your Social Security card on a park bench and just walk away? Would you leave your unlocked smartphone in a crowded airport terminal while you went to a vending machine? Of course not. You value your personal information too much to leave it out in the open. Think about your vehicle in the same terms.

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