Posts tagged Driving
5 Tips In Teaching Your Teens How To Drive

You’ve always known this moment was coming, but you didn’t know it would come so soon. It seems like just yesterday that you were teaching your child how to walk. Okay, don’t freak out. You’ll get through this just like you’ve gotten through every parenting milestone so far. You’ve got this. Here are 5 tips for teaching your teens how to drive.

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Overcome The Challenges Of Outdoor Family Fun In Winter

Did you know that on average Americans put on extra 0.6kg over the Christmas period? . It’s not uncommon to pack pounds during the totality of the winter months. For adults, you can expect a gain of about 4.5 pounds – women and men. Children can also put on more weight; however, the gain is unlikely to reach such extremes. Regardless of your fitness objectives, this seasonal weight gain could put your health at risk. Indeed, you need to think of your body as a finely tuned machine.

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A Visual Guide: The Hazards of Being a Distracted Driver

American adults spend an average of 2 hours and 51 minutes a day on their phone while teenagers and young adults are on their phones 4 hours a day. This isn’t surprising considering how much distraction one smartphone can offer. With your phone, you can play games, listen to music, watch videos, read the articles, scroll through your social media feed, or send messages to while away the time.

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Driving in Bad Weather? These 6 Tips Will Help You Avoid Getting In An Accident

You always want to be as safe as possible when you are in your car driving so that you can avoid getting accidents. So, when driving, make sure you follow all the traffic rules to a tee not only to keep yourself safe, but also keep other people safe.

 

Below are six tips that will help you avoid getting in an accident:

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Six Unusual Ways To Become A Safer Driver

Driving is something that many of us do on a daily basis, but it can also be something that is risky and dangerous. If you are concerned that you are not as safe behind the wheel as you should be, it could be time to make changes to the way that you drive. Here are six unusual ways that you can become a safer driver.

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Drive Your Age! Here Are The Best Cars for Dads Of All Ages And Stages

As any man progresses through fatherhood the realization may hit him that your prized sports car will never be able to accommodate the everyday needs of your growing family and you will need to trade it in for a way more practical (and, you may feel, dull ideal family vehicle). But do not despair, as you shed a tear yearning for those pre-dad hood driving glories, help is at hand - presenting the very best family cars for the ages and stages of fatherhood !

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Key Tips On Teaching Your Children To Drive Safely

It has come to the that day: Your teen is almost his/her legal driving age. You are feeling mixed emotions--frightened, proud, or excited--or all those feelings at the same time! The best way to ease your mind is putting your greatest effort in helping your child prepare for the road

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5 Benefits of Hiring a Lawyer After You Get a Driving Ticket

If you have recently received a traffic ticket, you can fight that ticket in court to prove you were in the right when you were pulled over. For those who plan on making this challenge work, a lawyer might be the right option, rather than a self-mounted defense. While you technically don’t need one for traffic court, there are many advantages to relying on legal representation.

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Ensure Your Driving Can Pass The Chinook Test

Calgary is an amazing city to live in and to explore. Part of what makes it so beautiful however, can also make driving here challenging because Calgary is just one place that strong winds, and sometimes Chinook winds, are common . Considering that driving in such conditions are sometimes a necessity, it is important to understand these few simple tips in order to drive safely:

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Skills Every Dad Should Teach Their Child

Sometimes dad’s can seem less important that moms, especially in the first few year of a child's life. After all, mom is the one that carries them, births them, and feeds them when they are young. However, do remember that dads have many crucial roles in the raising of kids, including teaching them the skills that are listed below. Read on to find out more.

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Drinking and Driving With Kids: Why This Is A Huge No

It’s not a secret that drunk driving can lead to severe consequences that are often irreversible. If you get convicted of drunk driving, it will be stapled on your public record for a lifetime. And driving while under the influence of alcohol with kids on board is worse.  If injuring or killing yourself and the kids are not enough, and you need more reminders why you shouldn’t drink and drive with kids inside your car, we’ll share to you five reasons why it is a huge no. 

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Legal Consequences of Drinking and Driving

Each state has laws that prohibit driving under the influence of any drug or alcohol. There are different and severe consequences, yet every day, even with these prohibitions, people still drive while drunk, and you might be one of these people.  So, why don’t we go over the various legal consequences of drunk driving? Hopefully, these will enlighten you.

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How Should You Prepare Your Car for the Canadian Winter?

Canada’s winters are beautiful, but challenging. While most of us love to see snow falling and feel a crisp chill nipping at our nose, there’s no denying that winter makes getting out on the road a pain.  Driving to work, heading to the store for groceries, taking the kids to school, and other everyday journeys take some planning. You should have already prepared your car to cope with the Canadian winter, but if you haven’t, what do you need to do?

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Does Your Child Want a Motorcycle Instead of a Car? Here Are Some Considerations

Most people don’t realise that a car is no longer essential for everyday living. Even if you live far from the city or any local stores, it’s not necessary to purchase a car anymore unless you plan to have a large family. Your children are more exposed to the alternatives to driving than you were, and as such, they’re more aware of reasons to forgo the car in favour of greener or more money-efficient alternatives. 

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6 Essentials For Your First Trackday

Your first trackday can naturally be quite a nerve-wracking experience. No doubt you’ll be excited and looking forward to the exhilarating experience of being on the track but at the same time it can be a long way outside your comfort zone. It can be intimidating to turn up as a first-timer knowing..

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Teenager's First Car: How To Keep Calm

When your kids grow into teenagers, you know it’s only a matter of time before they start thinking about getting a driver’s license. Soon after this, you’ll be picking out their very first car. Naturally, they’d like to be cruising around in a head-turner, yet safety happens to be on the top of your list - so how do you choose one that makes everyone happy, without breaking the bank?

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