Automatic Emergency Braking Required for Vehicle Manufacturers Starting in 2029

Automatic emergency braking reduces motor vehicle crashes. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently finalized a new Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard that will make automatic emergency braking standard on all passenger cars and light trucks by September 2029. The automatic braking standard is anticipated to significantly reduce rear-end and pedestrian collisions. NHTSA is […]

Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

Millions of Americans ride motorcycles. Unfortunately, they tend to be overrepresented in fatal traffic crashes. 15% of all traffic fatalities in 2022 were motorcyclists. Even worse, this number is on the rise—the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that it’s the highest number of motorcyclists killed since 1975 or before. What can be done […]

Staying Warm in the Car Seat

You’ve likely heard that children shouldn’t wear coats under their car seat harnesses. That’s because each car seat’s harness is fitted to your child’s size and weight. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) says that fluffy padding flattens from the force of a car crash, leaving extra space underneath the harness. A child can slip […]

Tips for Driving Safely in Winter Conditions

Winter weather conditions can be unpredictable. Here in Indiana, the weather can quickly shift to sleet, freezing rain, or snow. Slippery road conditions and poor visibility can make driving in the winter extra challenging, especially for newer drivers and older drivers. In this article, we’re sharing tips for driving safely this winter. Get Your Vehicle […]