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People Are Crashing Their Cars Because of Pikachu and Jigglypuff

Nintendo’s Pokémon Go is sweeping the nation, and the world at large. I’ve seen kids clumped in town squares having pizza parties as they use their smartphones to play the game, trying to find Pokémon characters out in the real world. 559 more words

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California Drivers Ed: How to Get Your Learners Permit and Drivers License

The Golden State has always been heavy on rules and regulations. Even with something like learning to drive, it may seem confusing, even overwhelming. With all the forms, fees, and certificates it’s easy to miss what’s really important here:  learning the rules of the road to make you a smart driver and getting the behind-the-wheel training to make you a competent driver. 756 more words

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Making safe driving a priority will lower workers' compensation costs

Millions of people drive as part of their job, but many non-professional drivers never receive driving safety training. It’s easy to think that common sense will keep workers safe. 1,098 more words

Surviving Arizona: How To Minimize Traffic Tickets With Diversion Attendance

If you’re reading this right now, it’s probably because you already know one of the main points of this article: Arizona loves to give out tickets. 488 more words

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Self-Driving Cars and What They Can Mean For the Senior Driver

Technology continues to define our experience behind the wheel. The GPS consoles that were the pricey add-on packages in new cars are slowly getting replaced by cell phone apps. 690 more words

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Make Your Old Car Smarter With Hum By Verizon

What if you could make that first beater car your teen worked, scrimped and saved for all year long for into a safer, more reliable ride with built-in diagnostics, hands-free talking, emergency roadside assistance, anti-theft tracking? 352 more words

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You Should Know

Side Mirror Adjustment

Properly adjust your mirrors.

Safety experts believe that mirrors should be positioned so that no part of your car appears in them, as that’s the best way to negate blind spots that require you to turn your head when changing lanes. 68 more words

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