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10 famous Texas pit stops for your next road trip

No matter what direction you’re going in Texas, you’re sure to run into some exciting stops. You can spend months traveling the Lone Star State and never run out of new sights to see, places to eat, or events to attend. Here are a few good places along the road (between the big cities) that…

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How auto body shops are regulated in Texas

We all know that each shop management has its own standard of customer service and shop maintenance. But have you ever wondered who requires collision repair shops to be in compliance with legal regulations? The real answer is that there is not a comprehensive law in Texas that governs collision repair. However, there are still…

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On-screen technology adds to distracted driving

Screens in cars located between the driver and passenger, often referred to as vehicle infotainment systems, are becoming a common feature on most cars. Like many other technology, including cell phones, these are adding to driver distractions and accidents. The AAA Foundation conducted a study recently that showed while the technology is convenient in some…

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Driving tips to avoid hitting a deer

There are more than one million deer-related accidents a year across the country. Deer are plentiful in the Central to Eastern parts of Texas, and many roads should be driven with caution. Swerving is likely to worsen your odds of an accident. Instead, here are some tips to avoid hitting a deer. Pay attention Any time…

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Texas’ new texting and driving law

Texas’ new texting and driving law is cracking down on distracted drivers. It is now illegal to write, send, or read on your phone while driving. In 2016, distracted driving accidents killed more than 450 Texans, and the number of accidents increased by three percent. Understanding the new law is not only important to avoid…

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