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4 Financial Lessons to Learn from COVID-19

If there’s one thing everyone ought to have learnt from the coronavirus pandemic, it’s that preparing for emergencies should never be underestimated. This is certainly true from the perspective of healthcare, but the pandemic has also shown that it’s true for finances. Unexpected crises can place a huge strain on anyone’s budget. Which is why [...]

4 Calculations Parents Should Make When Getting Child Safety Seats

If there’s one thing motorists need to make sure of, it’s that any child who enters a vehicle travels in safety.  A big part of doing this is using reliable car seats.  The law specifically requires that any child under the age of eight be transported in federally-approved child safety seats.  This means it’s up [...]
19 Mar

5 Tricks You Can Use to Stay Awake When Driving at Night

If you’ve ever had to commute during odd hours of the night, there’s a good chance you’ve wrestled with drowsiness. Driving at night is particularly challenging because it usually happens when motorists are exhausted. This only adds to the safety risks involved in getting behind the wheel. Automotive Expert Warren Clarke advises that “Driving at […]

7 Helpful Things You Can do to Declutter Your Vehicle

Preventing your car from filling up with clutter is a good thing.  Not only is it hygienic, but it enhances the overall driving experience for everyone in the vehicle.  The cleaner a car is, the easier it is to travel in. Lifestyle Writer Ruth Soukup advises that “Car clutter is overwhelming, but it doesn’t have […]

16 Mar

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE COVID-19 INSURANCE REIMBURSEMENT

March 11, 2021 marked a year since the lockdown by COVID-19. About a month later, news from Europe caused panic throughout the world because the virus started to transition to a fatal one. What we thought would last two to three weeks, has now reached its first anniversary. Faced with the contingency we are going [...]
29 Jan

4 Helpful Tips on How to Parallel-Park Without Going Through a Headache

     If there’s one thing that feels like rocket-science to learning drivers, it’s parallel-parking.  This is mostly because parallel-parking involves more multitasking than any other driving procedure.  Not only is it necessary to make sure that traffic is clear, but all the maneuvering involved in parallel-parking requires watchful environmental scanning.  Drivers need to be careful [...]
29 Jan

5 Casual Mistakes that Can Ruin Your Life as a Motorcycle Rider

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) cautions that “If you ride a motorcycle, you already know how much fun riding can be… But motorcycling also can be dangerous. The latest data on vehicle miles traveled shows that motorcyclists are about 28 times as likely as passenger-car occupants to die in a motor vehicle traffic [...]
22 Jan

3 Basic Decisions That Can Keep You from Paying an Arm and a Leg for Homeowners Insurance

If you happen to own a house, homeowners insurance will inevitably feature as one of the biggest parts of your property’s upkeep.  That’s why it’s important to go the extra mile when it comes to saving money on insurance.  Considering how expensive most policies are, it might not seem like there’s much you can do [...]
22 Jan

5 Defensive-Driving Techniques That Prevent Motorists from Colliding with Pedestrians

     If there’s one thing you need to keep an eye out for as a driver, it’s pedestrians.  Traffic collisions are bad enough as it is.  But they take on a whole new level of seriousness when pedestrians are involved.  No matter what type of circumstances you may encounter in traffic, never forget that pedestrians [...]
16 Jan

3 Irrefutable Reasons Why It’s Smart to Wear Seat Belts

Buckling up isn’t just a basic safety measure. It’s a guaranteed way to protect yourself from injuries during a car crash. Seat Belts are scientifically proven to reduce the chances of being thrown from a vehicle during collisions. Not only do they hold people in place as cars spin out of control, they also increase [...]