Spotting a Drunk Driver

Oct 15

Spotting a Drunk Driver

On a dark, foggy night on October 31st you’re on the freeway and it’s just you and a few other stragglers. One car is swerving, tailgating and driving slow compared to the rest. You think to yourself, “Is this person drunk? What should I do? How can I tell? Since tonight is Halloween, is this person actually a zombie?!” These are normal questions to be asking...

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Affordable Sports Cars for 2013

Oct 12

Affordable Sports Cars for 2013

Sports cars have been around for what most people nowadays would consider as “forever.” Realistically, it has only been since the 1800s. The invention of the automobile struck interest in many (mostly men at the time) and they soon found a new sport: racing. “The automobile had tremendous appeal for the sportsman… It was the fastest vehicle at man’s...

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If I Could Go Back In Time…Tips for New Drivers

Oct 12

If I Could Go Back In Time…Tips for New Drivers

As new drivers, we think we are on top of the world, as if we can fly around like Superman and nothing bad can happen to us. Unfortunately, even Superman can’t handle a little kryptonite. As drivers, we might be able to take on a little glowing, green stone near us, but we can’t always prevent the police from handing out tickets like candy (it is October after...

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5 Tips for Teen Drivers

Oct 02

5 Tips for Teen Drivers

“I couldn’t wait to turn sixteen and drive all the boys around. Foot on the gas and hands on the wheel was all I could think about. A little rust in the bed of that truck and a four-speed on the floor, five hundred dollars it was mine, all mine and I never wanted nothing more.” (Kenny Chesney “Never Wanted Nothing More”) Starting to drive as a teenager is...

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