Winter Driving Fails

Winter Driving Fails

The following YouTube video was uploaded with an educational purpose. Make sure that during winter months you obey all traffic signals and signs (as you should always) and that you take extra precautions regarding snow and ice covered roads. Reduce your speed and take extra time when slowing to stop at stop signs and red lights. Leave more room between yourself and the car in […]

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USA Driving Tips

USA Driving Tips

If you’re traveling to America for the first time, it’s important to know a little bit about our driving laws. While some things are universal, others are specific to the US and, even more, to each individual state.  Here are our top ten USA Driving Tips: The roads in the US are wide, especially compared to some in the UK and EU.   This is one […]

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Color Sunday Fall Leaf Peeping Driving Tips

Color Sunday Fall Leaf Peeping Driving Tips

With color Sunday just around the corner on the Grand Mesa we thought we’d provide a few tips for driving while looking at fall leaves.   Watch for other drivers. There will be many people driving around looking at leaves and you never know when they may decide to pull over or heck, just stop in the middle of the road without thinking about the […]

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Who pays for my medical treatment after a car accident?

Who pays for my medical treatment after a car accident?

One question we often get asked, or that car accident victims wonder about, is who pays for my medical treatment after a car accident? If I’ve been injured because of the actions of someone else, shouldn’t the person at fault have to pay for my care? Ultimately, they may.  However, until your case is settled you’ll have to look at other options for covering your […]

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Tips for RV Towing

Tips for RV Towing

If you’ve just purchased a new RV for the summer season, chances are you might be a little concerned about towing that RV. Don’t worry, it’s not as hard as it might seem at first, as long as you take a few precautions.   6 Tips for RV Towing Weight Distribution. Make sure to distribute weight evenly in your RV so that when it’s hitched […]

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Motorcycle Maintenance Checklist

Motorcycle Maintenance Checklist

  It’s spring, and spring is a great time to get out on your motorcycle for a scenic ride.  Before you do though, we suggest you take a look at this motorcycle maintenance checklist.  Giving your bike a thorough tune-up before the season begins can prevent breakdowns and accidents on the road. Is the gas old? If it’s been more than 6 weeks or so […]

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Memorial Day Driving

  It’s no secret that Memorial Day weekend is one of the most dangerous travel weekends of the year. Because of that, we want to give you a few quick reminders of how to have a great long weekend that isn’t ruined by a car accident.   Slow down. According to southerninsurance.com, during Memorial Day weekend drivers are 27% more likely to run red lights. […]

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6 Signs It’s Time to Stop Driving

6 Signs It’s Time to Stop Driving

This is a tough decision. Driving is freedom. Freedom to get out, get around and go for groceries or travel. But when does it make sense to stop driving? Here are some obvious reasons and some subtle ones, that can help make the decision easier for you and your family. Most likely you’ve already had that conversation with an older member of your family, and […]

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Michelin’s Culture of Innovation

Michelin’s Culture of Innovation

Michelin’s Culture of Innovation How the tire company’s search for better mobility is achieved in the service of its iconic brand. Michelin is dedicated to cultivating a culture of innovation.  Clearly, its goal of  innovating better and faster so to maintain its lead over the competition and deliver solutions that are increasingly effective and competitive, and perfectly suited to the challenges of mobility continues to be the […]

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Next-Gen Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ

Next-Gen Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ

According to an article on RoadandTrack.com, the Next-Gen Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ are coming, possibly with More Power! Subaru has a new 2.4-liter boxer engine, and there’s a new rear-drive sports coupe in the works. Wow, that will be a nice combination! Photo, the 2018 Subaru BRZ tS. In a Road & Track article, a Subaru spokesperson has confirmed Toyota and Subaru are working on the next-generation 86 and BRZ. Toyota said […]

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