Taking Texas Adult Drivers Ed Online: What You Need to Know

19 Mar

Drivers ed class sounds like something meant for teenagers, right? Well, teenagers might be the most common drivers ed students these days, but there are many non-traditional students looking to get behind the wheel as well. Texas Driving School offers an Adult Driver Education course that’s designed with adults from a wide range of backgrounds […]

Railroad Crossings in New York: Sharing the Road with Trains

18 Mar

Collisions between cars and commuter trains are almost always deadly and make for some truly devastating news. One such accident took place recently in Valhalla, New York, when a Metro-North commuter train collided with a SUV that was driven by a 49-year-old mother of three, Ellen Brody. Facts of the Accident It was after dark, […]

Defensive Driving in Texas: How to Avoid Accidents

11 Mar

Although some auto accidents may simply be out of your control, others can be avoided by taking a few common sense safety precautions. Accidents are most frequently associated with long holiday weekends and inclement weather, but there really are no limitations as to when or where they can occur. As you set out on the […]

The Best in Auto Tech: At the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show

5 Mar

If you’re unfamiliar with the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), just know that it’s an internationally renowned technology and electronics trade show that brings industry experts and innovative companies together each year. The annual show is held at the Las Vegas Convention Center and has been changing the way the world acts on breakthrough technologies for […]

Who Invented the Car Radio? Meet Paul Galvin.

28 Feb

For many drivers, flipping on the radio is nearly as instinctive as powering up the engine or adjusting the in-car air temperature. But car radios weren’t always so widely embraced. In the early days of the car radio, some safety-minded legislators wanted to ban car radios for being too distracting and dangerous for drivers. But […]