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Driving after Watching Ford V Ferrari is a Bad Idea

Who isn’t interested in watching Hollywood heartthrobs—in this case, Matt Damon and Christian Bale—hop into fancy race cars—in this case, Fords and Ferraris—and speed away? The movie—which came out in 2019 under the title Le Mans 66—follows the story of master racer Ken Miles. It’s about the rivalry Ford developed with Ferrari, how Ford wanted […]

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Defensive Driving: Because Safer is Always Better

1.35 million people in the world die in car crashes every year. On average, that’s 3,700 people on a daily basis. Then there are the people who suffer serious injuries that lead to long-lasting disability—ranging between 20 and 50 million. Among young people aged between 5 and 29, the leading cause of death is road accidents. […]

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Troubleshooting Car Problems

A Beginner’s Guide to Troubleshooting Car Problems.

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What is the Most Common Reason Behind Tail-End Accidents?

The tail-end—or rear-end—crash is the most common type of car crash. As of 2017, 2,456 of all collisions were tail-end episodes. These crashes are so common, in fact, that the government has separate data sets for analyzing them. When you’re starting out when learning how to drive, a lot of us bank on YouTube videos and word-of-mouth […]

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Can’t Make it to Site? Online Classes Solve the Issue!

We’re living in strange times. It’s like Europe during the 14th century (with the black death), but we have something our ancestors from the Middle Ages didn’t: the internet. The internet has revolutionized how lockdowns and quarantines work. Even with barren roads and almost no people in the streets, businesses haven’t stopped. Classes haven’t stopped. The […]

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