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How To Spot a Fake Car Insurance Company

Scams are everywhere nowadays, made easier by the fact that just about everyone has access to computers, mobile devices, and the Internet. One of these scams is fake insurance carriers. This may not be something that many people run across very often, but this scam often catches those in the process of looking for cheaper… read more

Study: The Most Dangerous Coastal Zones in LA and Orange County

An Analysis of Pedestrian and Bicycle Crashes within one mile of the coast A rising number of non-motorist collisions in cities along the Southern California coast inspired us to ask: how many accidents involving pedestrians and bicyclists have occurred in the beach communities of Orange and Los Angeles Counties? Where are non-motorists at the highest… read more

Holiday Driving Safety Tips

The holiday season is upon us, and that means the roadways become a bit more dangerous than usual. There are more people on the roadways right now. There has been a record-breaking number of people traveling this holiday season, so you can expect much of the same throughout the rest of December and into the… read more

Bicycle Safety News: What You Need to Know Before You Buy a Bike Helmet

Everyone wants to be safe when they head out on a bike ride. Adults, especially those with children, can agree that helmets are the unequivocal standard for bicycle safety. However, there are a surprising amount of bike helmets available to consumers that do not meet basic safety standards. These helmets are widely available, both in… read more

Everything You Need to Know About the Takata Airbag Recall

You should always be able to count on your vehicle’s airbags to work when a crash occurs. What you do not expect is that the airbag will explode when it is deployed, causing serious personal injury or death. Unfortunately, there are tens of millions of vehicles under recall due to defective airbags made by Takata…. read more

Is Lane Splitting Illegal in California?

Nearly everyone drives in California. Lanes of traffic often move at a snail’s pace, except for the motorcycles driving between the cars. Lane sharing, filtering, or lane splitting laws give California motorcycle drivers the right to slide between traffic lanes on freeways and other roads. In fact, a recent survey shows that 71.4% of motorcycle… read more