Deadly Cars Made in Brazil

May 13

Deadly Cars Made in Brazil

From road rage, to drunk drivers, to distracted driving—there are many reasons why automobile crashes happen throughout the world. Most of the time, as drivers, we would not expect the culprit of fatalities or accidents to be the vehicle itself. However, in Brazil, the vehicles are just that: the issue. They leave their assembly lines, more than 10,000 per day, and...

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Damaged U.S. Cars Resold in Afghanistan

May 09

Damaged U.S. Cars Resold in Afghanistan

In life, we feel as if we deserve second chances under many circumstances. However, when it comes to the life of our motor vehicles, we are quick to toss them as soon as something goes south. For many cars, their only purpose is to hold memories. Unfortunately, since memories can’t cause the vehicle to run and, at times, fixing a “broken” vehicle costs more...

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UPS Eliminates Left-Hand Turns

May 06

UPS Eliminates Left-Hand Turns

To some, this may be old news. But to others, such as myself, hearing about a company with fleet vehicles making only right turns is eye-catching. Alright, so UPS package delivery vehicles may be making some left-hand turns while en route, but definitely not a great amount of them. With past experience, UPS realized that while idling, sitting in the left-hand turn...

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California Bills to Add More Restrictions on Teen Drivers

May 02

California Bills to Add More Restrictions on Teen Drivers

In the state of California, it isn’t uncommon that teens wait until they are the age of 18 or 19 to get their driver’s license. When teenagers turn 18, they no longer have to do all the extra requirements, such as driver training or have a time restriction. California lawmakers were beginning to see this pattern of teens waiting and moved to restrict the new...

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