| Car Life
how to prevent car sickness

The holidays are right around the corner, and for many of us, that means more time on the road driving to and from the festivities. However, all that driving could mean motion sickness for some. What causes motion sickness? Everyone has their own internal representation of bodily movement. The brain is constantly receiving information from […]

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| Driving
Rear end collision between two white cars on a sunny day.

Rear-end collisions account for about one-third of all collisions on U.S. roads, making them the most common type of car accident. Worse yet, in 2016, they represented nearly 7% of all fatal crashes in the U.S., according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. So, why are rear-end collisions so common and, more importantly, what […]

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