a survey released earlier this week, US Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood
noted young people are the least likely passengers to speak up to their driver
if he or she were talking on their cell phone.
Wondering why routine service to your vehicle is so important? Look no further than 93-year-old Rachel Veitch, who accumulated nearly 600,000 miles on her 1964 Mercury Comet Caliente.
The legally blind Veitch is finally giving up the car because she swerved into an impassable roadblock, FOX News...
The US Department of Transportation’s National Highway
Traffic Safety Administration Thursday proposed a brake-throttle override
safety standard to ensure drivers can more easily stop in the event the
accelerator and brake pedals are pressed at the same time.
As the summer months approach, it’s a reminder to
anyone with children that heatstroke is the leading cause of non-crash, vehicle
related deaths for children under the age of 14, with at least 33 fatalities
reported in 2011 alone, the
National Highway Transportation Agency reports.
Facebook campaign to raise and donate money for the Oregon Humane Society, Leif’s Auto Centers, of Portland, Oregon,
reached its goal of 1,000 new likes on Facebook, and will give $2,000 to the