Keyless Ignitions Tied to Carbon Monoxide Deaths

Keyless ignitions can be great for people who have their hands full and don’t want to take their keys out of their pocket. But it’s possible that such ignition systems could pose a deadly threat of carbon monoxide poisoning. The problem occurs because many such cars won’t shut off automatically if the driver doesn’t press… [Read More]

Your Auto Insurance Policy Might Cover a Lot More Things Than You’d Expect

Most of the time, auto insurance is other cars or property. You’re covered for injuries to yourself or others in an accident, for car theft, and possibly for roadside assistance or a rental car if your own car breaks down. But auto insurance can cover a lot of other things that you might not expect…. [Read More]

The Many Dangers of Distracted Driving

Grabbing your phone to check a text or reaching behind you to adjust your child’s pacifier isn’t a big deal when you are driving, is it? Actually, statistics show that it is. According to the National Health and Traffic Safety Association, 18 percent of fatal crashes in the country occur because of distraction. This means… [Read More]

General Motors expands its recall for ignition problems

General Motors has recalled millions of cars due to ignition problems, and if your car is on the list, you should have it checked out as soon as possible.  A defect in the ignition switch can cause it to switch into the “off” position while driving, possibly resulting in the driver losing control while at… [Read More]