Archive | November, 2014

Texas Headlight Laws: Are You Breaking the Law?

23 Nov

Although there are many similarities among headlight laws from state to state, one might say that the devil is in the details. Depending on where you live, the law may require you to have your headlights on during sunrise or sunset hours, during inclement weather conditions, or when visibility is limited to a certain degree. […]

Best Fall Road Trips in Texas

21 Nov

Fall is the perfect time for a road trip in Texas. From East Texas, through rolling Hill Country, and all over the state, the green leaves of summer are turning vibrant shades of red, yellow, and orange. Whether you have a day, a weekend, or even longer, this is the time to get out into […]

How Retirees Can Benefit from Self-Driving Cars

21 Nov

Millenials are almost always the first group to latch on to new technology, whether it’s the latest app, shopping feature, or iPhone. But what about self-driving cars? Who stands to gain the most from this promising emerging technology? Self-Driving Demographics Surveys have shown that the over-50 crowd could benefit the most from self-driving cars in […]

Thanksgiving Driving Tips: Traveling Safe in 2014

20 Nov

Thanksgiving is a time for gratitude, family, food and, for many of us, lots and lots of driving. Over 40 million drivers take to the roads every Thanksgiving weekend to spend time with the loved ones that make the holiday worth celebrating. Although this is a warm and loving time of year, it’s also one […]

The Six Most Dangerous Holidays to be on the Road

19 Nov

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it’s a perfect time to brush up on the types of dangerous roadway conditions and safety precautions that are especially important around the holidays. Tens of millions of Americans hit the road each year to celebrate the holidays – often traveling long distances, under stress, and in hazardous weather. […]