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National Women’s History Month: Road Warriors

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National Women’s History Month: Road Warriors

March is National Women’s History Month and we’ve spent the month celebrating some remarkable women that we are calling “Road Warriors” for their advances in the world of driving. As you learn about these women, I urge you to learn from them. These women, whether they invented something that keeps us safe, dared to do something no woman had ever done, broke glass ceilings by becoming the first female in their profession, or, proved that girls can race, and win, right along the boys, are worthy of nothing less than...

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DIY Spring Cleaning for Your Car

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DIY Spring Cleaning for Your Car

Springtime is a wonderful time of year! A favorite season for many, it is usually full of green leaves, blooming flowers, chirping birds, buzzing bees, and, for some reason, cleaning products. You guessed it, it’s that time of year again; spring cleaning! While you clear out your closet and scrub your floors, don’t forget about your vehicle. I’m sure that cleaning the car isn’t on most spring cleaning lists, by why shouldn’t it be? Considering that most people use their vehicle every day, it’s safe to say we all spend a...

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St. Patrick’s Day and Drinking: A Brief History

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St. Patrick’s Day and Drinking: A Brief History

Saint Patrick is known more for his holiday than the feats he accomplished while alive, and who can really be surprised? History has shown us that if something is turned into a celebration, we are always ready to join in. Thus, on March 17th every year, decked out in their finest green attire, people all across the country indulge in a day of Irish-themed customs, namely, the consumption of copious amounts of alcohol. Before we indulge in our green beverages of choice this year, let’s examine how a day designed to celebrate Saint Patrick,...

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You Snooze, You Lose: Preventing Drowsy Driving

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You Snooze, You Lose: Preventing Drowsy Driving

Have you ever noticed how much harder it is to pay attention in class or a meeting when you are tired? Do you ever notice yourself stifling a yawn or nodding off, only to catch yourself just in time? We’ve all been there. Whether it’s because we had a cough that kept us up all night or watched a few too many episodes of our favorite TV show, the result is typically the same. Not getting enough sleep has an impact on both our minds and bodies. Now, keep that in mind while you think about how many times you’ve gotten behind the wheel while...

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Car Gift Ideas For Christmas 2014

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Car Gift Ideas For Christmas 2014

With only a few days to go before Christmas people are starting to finalize their shopping lists for everyone. Since so many people spend a lot of time in their cars it a good idea to get them something for their vehicle. That is why the Everything Driving blog has compiled the following list of car gift ideas for 2014. Kinivo Blue-Tooth Car kit – With distracted driving accidents on the rise you can be part of the solution as opposed to part of the problem. A Blue-Tooth device will allow you to keep your eyes on the road and hands on...

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Holiday Shopping Safety Tips For Your Protection

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Holiday Shopping Safety Tips For Your Protection

The holidays are a busy time for everyone because of family commitments, holiday parties, travel, and everything else that comes with the season. IT is a time of joy and relaxation for most, but some people can forget that holiday shopping safety is a major issue. Many people go shopping and store their purchases in their car sot hey don’t have to carry them in to every store. Unfortunately, this can lead to break-ins and other crimes that occur in parking lots. Holiday shopping safety is important to remember. Recently the city of...

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Semi Safety Facts And Figures

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Semi Safety Facts And Figures

If you have ever driven anything length of time on a highway you have had to deal with semi trucks. These large vehicles form the backbone of much of the U.S. economy and there are more trucks on the road now than ever before. They can be difficult to deal with because they take up a lot of room on the road, but there is nothing to fear about them. Here are some interesting semi safety facts concerning semi travel that every driver should know: In 2006 the transportation industry logged 432.9 billion miles according to truckinfo.net. Over 90%...

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National Teens Don’t Text and Drive Week

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National Teens Don’t Text and Drive Week

Teens have a lot to learn when it comes to driving; who better to learn from than an actual teenager? Everything Driving’s resident teenager, Jailyn, discusses teen driving topics in an effort to help keep other teens safe on the road. This time she brings awareness to driving drowsy and the dangers it presents. Whether you’re a new driver or one with experience, we all struggle with putting our phones away while behind the wheel. Last week, November 17 through the 22, was National Teens “Don’t Text and Drive”...

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Holiday Driving Safety: Dealing With Traffic And Weather

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Holiday Driving Safety: Dealing With Traffic And Weather

The holiday driving season is almost upon us. Thanksgiving and Christmas are two of the busiest travel holidays of the year with families across the country spending plenty of time in the car either to visit other family members or to enjoy a short vacation with extended time off from work and school. Holiday driving can be stressful, however, as A recent study by Business Insider of Google Maps found that the busiest travel times were between 3pm and 5pm in most cities on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. This period of holiday driving...

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Winter Driving Safety Comes Down To Proper Planning

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Winter Driving Safety Comes Down To Proper Planning

The primary thing to remember is to slow down and allow more space. There is no such thing as too much space with winter driving, but there are several other tips that come in handy once the weather turns. The American Auto Association recommends the following when it comes to winter driving: Avoid driving when fatigued – Winter driving requires heightened awareness because of conditions. If you are tired you are not going to be able to react quickly if your vehicle starts to slip. Proper rest means you can also be more aware of other...

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