Monthly Archives: September 2013

Parents: Participate in National Teen Driver Safety Week this October

On behalf of the California Office of Traffic Safety October is a month of holiday fun and safe driving awareness October is not only a month for tricks and treats, it is also a time to talk to young drivers about behind-the-wheel safety. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, motor vehicle crashes […]

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New Cars are Safer for Teen Drivers

New cars are safer for teen drivers than older cars. Stats show that as a whole, teens don’t necessarily have the best track record for safety on the road, which is why it logically follows that parents give them older cars. “Buckets” or “whoopties,” as older cars are known among teens, are often the training […]

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Are Sports Cars Drivers Jerks?

Do people have an innate sense of carte blanche when they’re driving sports cars? Should we just chalk up the entitlement to human nature? Nothing really says power on the road like a V-double digit engine. The horsepower makes a driver feel powerful. And yes, people in power don’t necessarily have the best reputations for […]

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