Monthly Archives: May 2015

Recall Alert! Are Your Air Bags Safe?

This week, millions of Americans have been asking themselves “are my air bags safe?” after the Department of Transportation announced the largest motor vehicle recall in the nation’s history. This recall is meant to address severe defects in several types of air bags manufactured by Takata, the fourth largest air bag maker in the world.

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You’re Talking—and DriversEd.com Is Listening!

If you’ve taken one of our courses, you know that there’s no shortage of ways to get in touch with us. We love your feedback, so we try to make it easy for you to give it to us: we have live chat and phone operators standing by 24/7, we read every email we get, […]

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Beat the Heat: Dehydrated Driving is Dangerous Driving

You know those movies where someone’s lost in the desert, desperate for anything that could slake their thirst? It’s a situation that always seems to reduce people to the same desperate condition: staggering, clumsy, unable to think clearly, even seeing things that aren’t there. Now, instead of alone on some sandy dune, picture this same parched […]

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DriversEd.com is joining the Bay Area Bike Challenge!

The 2015 Bay Area Bike Challenge officially starts today, and DriversEd.com is excited to throw our helmets in the ring! Why We’re Participating Even though our specialty is driving, we’re not just drivers—we’re bicyclists too! We’re participating in the Bay Area Bike Challenge this year to recognize and celebrate another wonderful way to travel. As a […]

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