Distracted Driving Fact: Adults Pose 20x More Risk Than Teens   So this article poses some interesting points about adults and texting while driving.   It compares statistics against teens who admit they text and drive.   Having a cell phone or smart phone is becoming more essential in every day life. Because the majority

Defensive Drivers

Sunday, February 12th, 2012 by

Driver safety is very essential. As drivers, our lives and the lives of others are at stake. Driving safely can avert traffic citations, accidents, and deaths. I think that motorists ought to be mandated to take a state approved defensive defensive course every 3 years. Not only will taking a defensive driving program freshen your

Why Defensive Driving?

Saturday, February 11th, 2012 by

Absolutely nothing can wreck your day like being involved in an automobile accident. Best case senario, you’re looking at making a claim on your car insurance policy. At worst, you or the passengers, as well as the people in the other vehicles involved in the accident might be injured or killed.   There are ove

100MPH Crash Test

Saturday, February 11th, 2012 by

Car Crash Test at 100mph (Wow!)   Here is a video and some pictures that someone put together about a crash test held by Jamie and Adam from Mythbusters.   Perhaps this video may make you think twice next time before speeding, and hopefully encourage you to become more of a defensive driver.

Stay Safe While Driving

Friday, February 10th, 2012 by

Want to Stay Safe on the Road? Practice Defensive Driving.   Here is a link to an article with many key aspects to becoming a more defensive driver. Do you try and practice these key areas?

Distracted Driving

Friday, February 10th, 2012 by

Five Reasons Why Distracted Driving Is Not Just a Teen Problem – Some interesting statistics on cell phone caused distractions.   By taking a defensive driving course, it would help with eliminating distractions.   How can you make sure you won’t be distracted by your cell phone while driving?

Defensive Driving

Sunday, January 22nd, 2012 by

A defensive driving course does not have to put you to sleep.   If you have heard in the past that defensive driving courses are super boring and that you really don’t learn anything, then you have probably not looked in to classes recently. Things are changing for defensive driving classes, giving you an all

Defensive driving courses are filled with those that got too many tickets or those that were ordered by the judge to take the class. But these are not the only people that do or for that matter should take the class. It is always a good idea to be ahead of the game and to

As most people already know that ability to get a ticket dropped relies on your ability to take a defensive driving course. For those who do not live near a class, or have no way of being able to attend a class this has not been an option in the past. Now online defensive driving

Did you know, that not only can a defensive driving course save you from having to pay a ticket, but that it can also reduce the amount you pay for your insurance as well? A defensive driving course, once completed can be turned into your insurance company for a significant discount on many insurance companies.

It can be hard to find the time to take a defensive driving course, and what may be even harder is to find a class that can be taken at the same time that you have time off. If you have been putting off taking the class because of time and are running out of

While you may have opted to attend a defensive driving course to get out of paying your last traffic ticket, the last thing you want to do spend an entire Saturday stuck in a classroom. This is not how you planned to start your weekend off, and definitely does not sound like much fun. There

There is nothing worse than realizing you may have gotten one ticket too many! The fines are not even the worst of it – even though they are going to be high, that’s nothing compared to the prospect of losing your license and the skyrocketing insurance rates. Fortunately, an online defensive driving course can offer

Every year people in Texas pay for their traffic tickets and watch them ding their driving records when they really don’t have to. While it is completely understandable that we live in a busy and fast paced society that makes it hard for many to complete a six hour class. A defensive driving course online

A recent improvement realized due to the popularity of the internet is online courses. The most recent of which are state sponsored courses like defensive driving and driver’s education. Instead of going to a brick and mortar classroom with a live instructor to learn the do’s and don’ts of traffic law, students can now take

Do you live your live constantly on the move and never having more than an hour to sit and do anything? That is pretty typical of professionals these days, but sadly they are no more immune to traffic tickets and the need to take a defensive driving course than the rest of us. The problem

If you have prided yourself on a perfectly spotless driving record for all of these years than that first ticket could be hurting your pride just a little bit. What if you could just wipe that ticket away like it never happened? While you cannot wipe away the memory or the acknowledgement that you got

How Defensive Driving can Help

Sunday, December 11th, 2011 by

In recurrent occasions, young drivers have to deal with torrents of strange emotions and excitement that inevitably influence weak judgment and decision making. All this is capped by the most notorious of all ‘’peer pressure.’’ Psychologically, this is a stage in life where the brain development puts a youth in a callous mode of risk

If you are a driver or you are pursuing a driving course, you must ensure you have a proper insurance policy that covers all your needs. Fortunately for the drivers, there are several ways by which the drivers can reduce the amount of money that is usually spent in order to ensure their rides. There

Benefits of Defensive Driving Course

Saturday, December 3rd, 2011 by

Most drivers who have passed through a formal defensive driving course would be taught what alcohol does to a ‘driving’ brain. They would be taught that driving is of the mind, and the mind must NOT be influenced by alcohol before or while driving. How about a simple action of appropriate ‘dimming’ the headlamp? This

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