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Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

It’s Time to Think Purple. Did you know June is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month? Alzheimer’s is a serious degenerative disease that is affecting the lives of about 5 million people in the United States alone. It affects the brain, causing things such as the inability to remember where they have placed items, the names and information of the people that they love and even who they are themselves. Many factors are affected by Alzheimer’s. Alzheimer’s is listed at number six on the top

No Insurance, No Driving!

  If you don’t have vehicle insurance, you can’t drive in Ohio! Statistics show that in 2012, 12.6% of all drivers in the U.S. were without insurance. A study by the Insurance Research Council estimates that one out of every eight drivers in the United States may be driving uninsured. People give many excuses for not maintaining a valid insurance policy on their vehicle. Some use the excuse that they cannot afford car insurance, while others will say they forgot about it. Some even

Spring is in the Air!

Spring is one of the most beautiful seasons we have, but even with the beauty of it all, it brings very unique challenges to the roads. Most people are relieved when winter is gone; no bad weather and not having to leave for work so early due to the roads being bad. What people don’t take into consideration is that spring driving is just as dangerous as driving in the winter. This spring keep extra caution for the following: Rainy Days & Flooding Winter Wear

The Price of Gas over the Years

We all have experienced the common “When I was your age” stories at some point or another in life from our parents, aunts & uncles and especially our grandparents. One thing that you hear more and more often these days is a remark on the price of gas. “When I was your age, gas only cost a …” Indeed, a gallon of gas was going for only a quarter of a dollar in the years after World War I, and even less

Car Care for Extreme Weather

Sometimes, it can be easy to forget about giving your car the tender loving care it needs to stay healthy. Between the heavy snow, icy roads & cold temperatures & many other harsh, unexpected weather conditions that mother nature sends our way, NOW is the time to make sure to care for your vehicle.   Rainy Weather In the summer and spring, lighting and rain storms are a common occurrence. Along with them come road dangers like water build-up and flooding. Although

Cars of the Future

The Jetsons was one TV show that has put the dream of flying cars in the minds of people all over. We’ve dreamed of them and hoped for them, and now? We are one step closer to flying cars with the self-driving car. In 2009, Google started the “Self-Driving Car Project”. It allows people to sit back and relax and let the car do all the work. “Vehicles that can take anyone from A to B at the push

Driving at Night

Be Careful Driving at Night, The Darkness Can Affect Your Sight Driving at night presents many challenges for all drivers! If you cannot avoid driving at night, there are several ways to manage the risks. Driving at Night Can Be A Fright!! Did you know night time traffic volume is about half that of daytime volume. However, recent National Safety Council figures show that about 62% of all traffic deaths nationwide occur at night? Did you know about half of all night traffic deaths are

Aggressive Driving & Road Rage

“Driving is a privilege that comes with many responsibilities. One of the most important responsibilities while driving is self-control.” What is Aggressive Driving? Aggressive Driving is a way of driving any type of vehicle or affecting any type of maneuver on a vehicle in which the driver deliberately behaves in such a manner as to increase the risk of a road accident.   What is Road Rage? Road Rage is violent anger caused by the stress and frustration involved in driving a motor vehicle

Safely Driving Through Construction

We all know that summer is the worst time of the year when it comes to road construction because they’re trying to finish everything up before the cold fall and winter months gets here. It can be dangerous, hold up traffic and cause road rage with some. We want everyone to be safe so here are some tips to help you drive through it!                              No TEXTING or TALKING on the phone while driving. Always be a CAUTIOUS driver and

What Driver’s Ed Doesn’t Teach You

I know when I was in driver’s ed class in high school there where things that my instructor did not teach us and that I had to learn on my own. The more I drove the more new things I learned. It was hard at first to adapt to other drivers on the road but practicing really helped me become a safe and cautious driver. Here are some helpful tips for new drivers that throughout the years I have found