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Stay Strong Louisiana and Mississippi

Stay Strong Louisiana and Mississippi

Our thoughts are with our friends, family, coworkers, partners, and customers affected by Hurricane Ida. Our thanks go to all the frontline responders, rescue workers, and volunteers risking their safety and lives to assist those in need. And to the numerous teams of...

Hand Turn Signals: Should You Ever Use Them?

Hand Turn Signals: Should You Ever Use Them?

Every day, we use hand signals and gestures without even realizing it.   You might wave at another driver for letting you into their lane, which is another way of saying “thank you.” You might nod, shrug, or gesture while talking, which shows what you’re thinking...

The Most Fatal Types of Car Accidents

The Most Fatal Types of Car Accidents

Fatal car accident types are more common than you think. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) reports that 33,244 people died in motor vehicle crashes in 2019. That's a sobering truth that you must realize whether you're the one behind the wheel, a...

Classes of Drivers License & What They Mean

Classes of Drivers License & What They Mean

New drivers are getting on the roads every year and learning what it takes to be a safe driver. These new drivers are experiencing the beautiful freedoms that come with getting behind the wheel and driving wherever your heart desires. One of the cool things about...

Life in the Fast Lane: Keep Right Laws

Life in the Fast Lane: Keep Right Laws

Have you ever been driving in the left lane, breezing past the other cars hanging out on the right side of the road, and suddenly seen flashing lights in your rearview mirror? The next thing you know, you're being pulled over by the police. But wait! You're in the...

How Tracking Your Mileage Can Protect Your Car

How Tracking Your Mileage Can Protect Your Car

Why Tracking the Average Miles Driven Per Year Can Protect Your Car Did you know that people who live in the suburbs drive more often than those who live in urban areas like New York City? Since there is less demand for public transportation, sidewalks, and bike lanes...

How to Use a Stick Shift: Part 3

How to Use a Stick Shift: Part 3

Knowing how to drive a stick may seem like a lost art, but contrary to popular belief, the activity is still alive and well for thousands of people in the United States.   In fact, many stick drivers would argue that knowing how to operate a manual transmission...

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