Monthly Archives: May 2013

Master Parallel Parking with In-Car Driving Lessons

Does this situation seem familiar to you? Have you ever been subjected to the mockery, pity, and/or warmhearted support of total strangers watching you utterly fail at parallel parking? DEVELOPING: Nation Gathers Around Area Man Trying To Parallel Park onion.com/1aEUfdE — The Onion (@TheOnion) May 30, 2013 If you’re saying, “Geez, The Onion, stop writing […]

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New Bill to Convict Drivers for Pedestrian Fatalities

What would you think if more than half of the drunk drivers who were found at fault for injuring or killing a pedestrian weren’t prosecuted and didn’t even have their licenses revoked? Our culture generally has little tolerance for drunk driving. Drunk drivers can be fined and have their licenses suspended in California, even if they aren’t over […]

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Hands-free Texting is as Dangerous as Manual Texting

Now that drivers can use voice-to-text applications, the dangers of driving while texting are old news, right? Not really, unfortunately. It turns out that both manual and hands-free texting result in double the lag time that it takes drivers to react to basic driving conditions, such as a change in the traffic light from red […]

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