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How To Avoid Blind Spot Accidents

How To Avoid Blind Spot Accidents

When driving day to day, we all see our fair share of accidents. Depending on how busy the area is, and how populous, these of course increase. Sometimes, it’s weather-related. There are a lot of accidents in wintery weather for example, but often, you see a lot of these in

What Is Frame Damage on a Car?

What Is Frame Damage on a Car?

What Is Structural Damage On A Car? Much like the human body, an automobile has a skeleton that supports its weight. This skeleton is commonly called the frame, and it is also used to protect the driver in the event of an injury. This is why a car frame is

What Happens When My Airbags Deploy

What Happens When My Airbags Deploy?

Most modern cars are equipped with airbags and many have them located throughout the car. An airbag is known as a passive restraint as they deploy without the driver or passenger having to do anything. This is unlike a seatbelt that must be buckled by the person in the seat.

Is It Safer To Be In A Bigger Or Smaller Car During A Collision?

Is It Safer To Be In A Bigger Or Smaller Car During A Collision?

Everyone assumes that a bigger car is automatically safer when it comes to a collision because of its size. A larger and heavier weight car is just going to survive a crash better than a smaller car. Adjustments, modifications and technological advances have somewhat altered that assumption as major improvements

Is Technology Making You A Worse Driver?

Cars are now equipped with almost as much technology as our homes, much of it designed for our safety. By May of 2019, all new cars and small trucks in Canada must be equipped with backup cameras, something that will not be too far off in the United States as

6 Common Reasons Your Car Vibrates

6 Common Reasons Your Car Vibrates

Most any car owner at one time or another experiences car vibrations or shaking. It can come out of the blue or it can be a long-standing problem that gets worse over time. The shaky feeling might be barely noticeable at first, or it could be an intense and teeth-jarring