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Tire Pressure and Cold Weather

If your tire pressure warning light seems to be going off more during the winter, it’s probably not your imagination. Air contracts when it’s cold, causing tire pressures to drop between one and two psi for every 1-degree decrease in temperature. Your tires...

Safety and the Law

As we move into the winter months, bad weather and accidents will become more common. Here are some safety tips and the laws about them. If your windshield wipers are on due to bad weather, your lights must be on. That means actively turning on all your...

How Not to Be an Idiot When Driving In the Rain

The folks over at Popular Mechanics rounded up six super simple safety tips to keep you and your passengers safe on wet roads—aka “how not to be an idiot while driving in the rain.” The nutshell summary: 1. Check your tires. 2. Check your windshield wiper...

Flip-flops and Driving: Not Ideal Partners

As one woman in Scituate recently found out, wearing flip-flops while driving can quickly become an expensive trip to the store. The popular summertime footwear has several strikes against it, ranging from getting caught or stuck in the pedals (as happened to the...

RV Trip Tips

You’ve taken the plunge and bought, rented or borrowed an RV for that camping road trip you’ve been wanting to take forever. It’s time to hit the road and cruise! Here are a few tips that’ll make your experience easier, especially if you’re new to RV’ing. Take a...

A note to families with young drivers

It’s an exciting time for your teen—school is out, and the summer fun and road trips with friends have started. However, as with any season, young drivers need to understand the risks and dangers on the road. Vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for...