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5 Tips for Buying Your Teen’s First Car

Picking out a car for your teenager can be difficult. Your child wants a cool ride, while you’re on the hunt for a cool price tag. Searching on your own for a car may seem like an easier route, but getting your teen involved in the process can be time well spent. “It’s a good opportunity to teach teens responsibility and help them make smart choices,” says Philip Reed, senior consumer advice editor at Edmunds.com … Read More »

The Future in Auto Claim Prevention

There has been a reduction in auto insurance property damage and injury claims within the past 50 years through the introduction of safety belts, graduated licensing programs and laws against driving while intoxicated, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) … Read More »

Motorcycle Safety Study Hits the Road

After much discussion and even more debates, a long awaited study into the riding habits of bikers has hit the road. The first rider participating in the first-ever MSF 100 Motorcyclists Naturalistic Study rode off with a fully instrumented, data-logging bike from the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI) last week, marking the start of the year-long research project … Read More »

School Buses Don’t Need Seat Belts, NHTSA Says

WASHINGTON — As almost a half-million school buses this week began the annual ritual that will take them an estimated 4.2 billion miles by the time school lets out next spring, federal authorities have concluded that equipping them with seat belts is an unnecessary expense … Read More »

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