Summer is America's unofficial driving season. Although you might think that driving in winter conditions like icy, snowy, roads would be more dangerous, both traffic fatalities and accidents increase significantly during the summer. Unfortunately, many of these accidents and fatalities have one commonality: towing. Towing a trailer of virtually every shape, size, and/or configuration increases your odds of being involved in an accident. If you plan on towing a boat, atv, or trailer to this summer, here are some tips to help make sure that your drive is safe.
13 June 2016
In rural America, it's not uncommon for deer or other wild animals to sprint in front of your car when you're driving down the road. It's always a blessing when the driver can avoid hitting the animal in this situation; however, just because they avoided the collision doesn't mean they're in the clear. Stopping abruptly can damage the brakes of your car, thus putting you in danger of a vehicular accident in the future.
23 May 2016
Working as a trucker typically means that your schedule takes you all over the place, and often times you may find yourself on the road for key holidays throughout the year. Instead of feeling bummed about missing the holidays with family and friends, you can make the most of it by celebrating in your rig. As you shop for a semi truck, there are numerous sleeper cabs that have designs and features ideal for celebrating a variety of holidays.
21 April 2016