The ABCs of Air Bag Safety

The ABCs of Air Bag Safety According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), an airbag propels out of a dashboard at 200 miles per hour – faster than the blink of an eye. Though they are designed to absorb the impact of a crash for adult motor vehicle passengers and drivers, children can suffer major injuries from an air bag....

Your Teen is Licensed, What Do You Do Now?

Congratulations, you got your driver’s license! In addition to the being excited about the keys you’ve just been handed, you’re probably a bit apprehensive at the new responsibility you’ve just been...

Know How to React After a Vehicle Crash

Know How to React After a Vehicle Crash Uh oh, you just got into a fender bender on your way to run a quick errand. What should you do now? Stay calm and read on to learn how to react to make sure...

Drinking and Driving Don't Mix

Someone gets injured in an alcohol-related car accident every 90 seconds in the United States. Driving while under the influence is not dangerous only for the impaired driver; other motorists...

Ways to Save on Gas

Ways to Save on Gas Regardless of the price of a gallon of gas, it is always great to be able to save. Often, the small things we do can add up to big savings. If you are looking to spend less time...

The Auto Insurance Basics You Should Know!

Automobile insurance serves as a safeguard against financial hardship in the event of an auto accident and assists in paying for damages if your company vehicle(s) is damaged, starts on fire or...

Avoid Extended Warranty Traps

In recent months, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has investigated and filed suits against vehicle service contract providers for misleading sales tactics and unethical business practices. In...

TIRED Of Your Old Wheels?

Your car’s tire performance is essential to both its safety and its efficiency. Tires eventually lose traction and braking ability, and should be replaced when necessary. When your tires are in...

Driving Safely Through the Golden Years

Driving Safely Through the Golden Years As we get older we get wiser, and for some of us that wisdom brings along with it the realization that we just can’t do some things like we used to. When one of...

Texting and Driving: It's Not Worth It

According to research done by the University of Utah, using a handheld or hands free mobile device slows a driver’s reactions as much as someone with a blood alcohol content of .08, the legal limit in...

Safety First When Driving

You share the road with cars, buses, motorcycles and pedestrians every day on the job. Therefore, safety for yourself and other individuals on the road is in your hands. It is necessary that...

How Credit History Affects Auto Insurance Premiums

Many factors are involved in determining an auto insurance rate. The age of the insured driver, the vehicle type and the individual's driving history are all key factors. However, there is a more...

Statistics To Make You Put the Phone Down!

What's the truth about using cell phones while driving?  Are they merely, as some claim, another unavoidable distraction, like talking to other passengers, eating, or changing the tape or CD?  Or are...

Is Wear and Tear Covered Under an Insurance Policy?

Insurance is intended to cover many potential losses that you would not normally expect to pay for, including incidents that are sudden and accidental. However, there are certain items that...

Prepare Your Car for Winter Weather

During Chicago's chilly winter months, we all need to take additional steps to protect ourselves from the cold – warmer clothes, a heavy coat, a hat, mittens, a scarf and boots with good traction for...

The Do's And Don'ts of Driving Safely

When it comes to minimizing your risk of collision while driving, you’re in the driver’s seat—by simply practicing safe driving techniques, you can reduce your chances of being involved in an auto...

Tips for Settling a Claim after an Auto Accident

Tips for Settling a Claim after an Auto Accident After being in an auto accident, an injured person often wonders how to proceed with injury claims against the at-fault party. When it is added to...

Driver Safety in Illinois

Driver Safety When it comes to minimizing your risk of collision while driving, you’re in the driver’s seat—by simply practicing safe driving techniques, you can reduce your chances of being involved...

Insurance Rates May Triple For People Convicted Of DUIs

In Illinois, as well as in most other states, people who are convicted of DUIs face higher insurance rates. Their rates are likely to rise for about three years, and they are required to obtain an...

Do You Have Insurance When You Use Someone Else's Car?

Do You Have Insurance When You Use Someone Else's Car? Joel is an attorney living in Manhattan. He relies on public transportation to get around the city and occasionally rents a car, so he does...
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