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Four Things To Know About The Collision Repair Process

Getting into a collision can be a stressful experience. Many people don’t think about collision repair until it’s needed. Fortunately, insurance providers have systems in place to help their clients through such situations. However, the insurance providers can only do so much. Having a clear understanding of what to do afterward can make the collision repair process a tad easier and make future visits run that much smoother.

There are a lot of misconceptions about the repair process. In this article, we’ll dispel some of the most common myths and provide some uncommon things the public may not know when going through the collision repair process.

1. Collision Damage May Affect More Than the Surface...
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How Valuable Is Blind-Spot Monitoring In Your Vehicle

With each model created, car companies like to introduce new features to help promote safe driving. While blind-spot monitoring was first introduced to the consumer in 2007, blind-spot collisions still appear to be a significant issue. The National Law Review reports that more than 800,000 blind spot accidents occur each year, according to National Highway Safety Administration data.

This article will look at blind-spot monitoring, how it works, and if it is worth the upgrade price. Additionally, we examine the effectiveness of blind-spot monitoring systems and discuss some of the potential drawbacks of this...

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How Does Car Crash Testing Make Vehicles Safer?

Anytime someone gets behind the wheel, the odds of getting into a collision increase exponentially. While a 2016 study conducted by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) concluded that approximately 95% of auto collisions resulted from human error, automakers and safety agencies are working toward decreasing the overall odds of fatalities. 

The vehicle safety rating should be a significant factor when deciding what car to purchase. Understanding how the institutes determine a vehicle's safety rating and crashworthiness can be difficult, but this guide should help clarify any misconceptions. 

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How to Drive in a Roundabout

Traffic roundabouts are circular intersections meant to safely and efficiently move traffic. According to the U.S. Federal Federal Highway Administration, the early versions of roundabouts - also called traffic circles, road circles, rotundas, and rotaries - have existed in Europe since the late 1700s. The Place de l'Étoile, which rings the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, is one of these early circular junctions. After falling out of favor, their use again became widespread beginning in the United Kingdom in 1956.

Roundabouts are far less common in the United States, although early versions include Columbus Circle...

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Everything You Need To Know About Apple CarPlay

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 28,000 people were injured in collisions due to mobile phone-related distractions in 2019. This makes up 13% of all distraction-affected collisions for that year.

Apple CarPlay limits the need to interact with a mobile phone while driving. Users can access various programs and features using this software via voice command or touch screen on the infotainment system. This hands-free software may be a key feature drivers can use to keep their attention on the task at hand - driving without distractions.

What is Apple CarPlay?

Apple CarPlay is an app that is...

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