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Have You Checked if Your Semi Truck Headlights Are Still Good?

If you’re doing a considerable amount of nighttime driving, you need to be sure your semi truck headlights are powerful enough to keep you visible and provide you with the maximum field of vision. Whether you need to replace a lightbulb and adjust your headlights or pick up the latest Freightliner century headlights, take time to check out your headlights and follow these steps to prepare your rig the right way.

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Parking Lots Are Not Designed for Speeding: 5 Tips for Preventing Parking Lot Accidents

February 8, 2019 • Autos Articles • Views: 699

Even for seasoned drivers parking lots represent a certain kind of challenge. Close confines and a myriad of potential hazards pose a risk to both pedestrians and drivers.

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A Trend That’s On the Rise: 4 Questions and Answers Regarding Ride Sharing Accident Claims

January 29, 2019 • Autos Articles, Autos Insurance • Views: 608

Ridesharing is something that is becoming more popular, particularly in urban centres around the country, as Lyft, Uber, and others have provided a safe and affordable option for millions of people. Ridesharing is convenient for everyone involved, especially in situations where a person must get to

Car Tech

How Car Companies are Using Tech to Transform Driving

November 30, 2018 • Autos Articles • Views: 470

When it comes to technology in cars, many of the headlines focus on self-driving cars but this is the only area where car companies are turning to tech. In fact, today’s cars are more computers on wheels than what a traditional gearhead would call a car. For purists, this might point to the end

Trucking Industry

The High-Tech Evolution of the Trucking Industry

October 11, 2018 • Autos Articles • Views: 489

For most people outside of the trucking industry, there doesn’t seem to be much to it. It’s just lots of guys and gals driving big trucks full of stuff up and down the interstates, right? Wrong. So wrong. Today’s trucking industry is a $676 billion business, with 3.5 million drivers moving

Suicide-Doors

How “suicide doors” survived

January 30, 2017 • Autos Articles • Views: 1870

Porsche recently made news by announcing that they are working on the Mission E, an extremely high performance electric car (EV) with dozens of state-of-the-art features. One feature that is decidedly not state-of-the-art, though, is the rear “suicide doors.”  For those who aren’t familiar