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8 driving myths every Texan should know

Have you ever done something while driving and thought to yourself, “Is this legal?” You’re not alone. We’ve created a list of driving law myths that may surprise you. Maybe your parents have been wrong all these years about leaving that interior light on while driving. Keep reading to find out the truth about some…

Helpful hands-free tools to keep your teen focused on the road

If you have a teen driver, you’re probably worried about your teen and their newfound freedom. Teen drivers are inexperienced, and therefore less likely to know how to avoid accidents. Only practice will fortify their driving skills, but in the meantime, you can help reduce their risk of an accident by giving them hands-free tools…

a hand holds a phone with text messages pulled up in front of a steering wheel

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…

A driver presses a button on their in-car screen with the other hand on the wheel.

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…

The camera looks at a driver and passenger from the backseat. They appear to be driving on an open highway and the driver is using his cell phone.

What you need to know about distracted driving

Distractions are everywhere. They demand our attention throughout the day, including when we drive. Texting while driving has become such an issue that starting September 1, 2017 in Texas, it became illegal to text and drive. Campaigns are also in place by several organizations nationwide and major cell phone providers to send a constant reminder…

A driver behind the wheel holds the steering wheel in one hand and a smartphone in the other.

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