Thursday, March 5, 2009
Saturday, February 21, 2009
Just a little note on safety everyone should know. I was at the pump the other day and took this picture of a man filling up his vehicle while it was running with the keys in the ignition. Now I know it was cold but that give's you no reason to let your car run while you are filling it up. What if it causes an explosion or something? That would be the worst! Especially for the poor man next to him filling up as well. Next time you fill up...PLEASE for the safety of you and everyone else there, turn off your car before pumping up. Thank you!
Friday, February 20, 2009
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
Thursday, February 5, 2009
Wednesday, January 28, 2009
Tuesday, January 27, 2009
"Which cars Draw the most tickets?
A yearlong study identifies the vehicle -- and it's a big one -- whose drivers get ticketed the most. The research suggests that what you drive may indicate how you drive.
ISO Quality Planning, the San Francisco company that studied the records of 1.7 million drivers, compiled a list of ticket magnets that confirmed some long-held notions: Owners of the 507-horsepower Mercedes-Benz cls63 AMG and similarly muscular CLK63 AMG received outsized numbers of tickets, as did the generally young owners of the relatively inexpensive Scion tC, xB, and xA, and the Audi A4 sports sedan.
But also on that most-ticketed list were the Subaru Outback and the Toyota Camry Solara and Matrix, three cars not known for great speed or expressing the rebellious nature of their owners. Meanwhile, the Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban, virtually identical mechanically to their General Motors sibling Hummer, appeared on the least-ticketed list.
Sharing the bottom of the list? Buicks, minivans and pickups.
Sales of Hummers fell 51% in 2008.
Analysts at ISO Quality Planning were more than willing to pile on.
"The sense of power that Hummer drivers derive from their vehicle may be directly correlated with the number of violations they incur," said Raj Bhat, the president of ISO Quality Planning. "Or perhaps Hummer drivers, by virtue of their driving position, are less likely to notice road hazards, signs, pedestrians and other drivers."
What ISO Quality Planning believed the data show about Toyota drivers was unclear from its news release.
Insurance claims data generally back up ISO Quality Planning's findings. Ratings information from State Farm, for instance, advises Hummer owners to expect to pay significantly higher than standard premiums for liability. Likewise,Scion owners typically face much higher than standard rates for comprehensive and collision insurance. (You can see how your car compares here.)"
Thank's to MSN for the aritcle
Friday, January 23, 2009
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Wednesday, January 7, 2009
I want to hear about your driving stories. Do you have a great story about a bad driver? If you do then Email me.