The National Safety Council (NSC) and CellARide, a Springfield, Missouri-based automotive tech firm, have announced a collaboration for a first-of-its-kind service as part of the Check To Protect recall awareness campaign from NSC.

Recall checks made easier for U.S. vehicle owners

A new program has been launched in the United States that enables consumers to identify and stay up to date on vehicle safety recalls...
While shutdown restrictions may be easing, many people are still avoiding all but essential travel.

Fourth of July safety: travel tips for drivers & families

Usually, at this time of year, AAA would be predicting a record-breaking number of travelers over the Independence Day holiday. This year, traffic volumes...
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) offers the following summer driving tips.

NHTSA shares five top summer driving tips

As the United States begins to slowly re-open following the COVID-19 pandemic, drivers are being reminded of how to stay safe on the road...
The vehicle earned the top score in the AAA’s first edition of the newly-released AAA Car Guide, which provides consumers with reviews based in part on how many advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are included in the vehicle, as well as a number of other criteria.

Luxury Volvo top of AAA Car Guide

A 2020 Volvo luxury sedan is top when it comes to vehicle technology, according to the American Automobile Association. The vehicle earned the top score...
Now with the combination of schools being closed, activities curtailed, summer jobs canceled, and COVID-19 restrictions being lifted, the American Automobile Association (AAA) says the factors could prove deadly as teens take to the road this summer.

Teen drivers continue to be over-represented in crashes

Nationwide, more than 8,300 people died in crashes involving teen drivers from 2008 to 2018 during the ‘100 Deadliest Days’, the period between Memorial...
The organisation says customers could now call to book an appointment for all types of knowledge tests at offices throughout the province but urges people to come prepared by studying the learning guides and taking the practice knowledge test several times to give them a greater chance of qualifying on the first attempt.

ICBC reinstates all knowledge tests by appointment

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has resumed its knowledge tests as coronavirus-related restrictions ease. The organisation says customers could now call to book...
Teen safety features, including parents being able to limit the speed of their child’s vehicle, keep track of its whereabouts or prevent it from being put in gear if the driver hasn’t buckled are all available, but the research reveals that often parents are unaware of them.

Car dealers urged to make teen safety systems a selling point

Many vehicles today have features that give parents extra control over their teens’ driving, but salespeople often require prompting before they mention them to...
The Government is reminding people to avoid all non-essential travel and only visit the parks and recreation sites close to their home if they want to enjoy the outdoors.

British Colombians urged to avoid non-essential travel

British Columbians are being urged to stay local over the May long weekend to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. The Government is reminding people...
No one knows how busy the roads will be, but potentially many drivers who have not driven for a couple of months could all head off around the same time causing more collisions than normal as they “shake off the lockdown blues” – be extra vigilant if you are planning a trip!

Spring Bank Holiday: Safe Travel Tips

For many people across the United Kingdom, Spring Bank Holiday is a time for the first getaway of the year. This year is going...