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States with the Most Street Racing
An open road is not a personal racetrack, but some seem to think differently. In these top ten states, road racing occurs at unprecedented rates. Rates of street racing are on the rise. Over the past year, the coronavirus pandemic provided the perfect opportunity for speed racing enthusiasts to spend time at home fixing up and modifying their cars, according to a 2021 report from Associated Press
Cities with the Worst Drivers
Drivers in these twenty U.S. cities have racked up the most moving violations in the nation, earning them the title of America’s worst drivers in 2021.
#SocialMediaSmackdown: What Does Your Favorite Site Say About You?
We scroll. We swipe. We friend. We share our faces. We share our lives. We share … driving behaviors?
This Car Color Insurance Myth Is Getting Busted Once and for All
Your car’s color can be a practical choice, an expression of your individuality, or even a chromatic extension of your personal brand. But can it be an indicator of your driving behavior?
10 States with Highest Percentage of Hybrid or Electric Vehicles
Alternative fuel vehicles were once considered a toy for the rich, but today they’ve become more commonplace.
Not Safe (at) Work? America’s 15 Most Dangerous Jobs
Data on fatalities in the workplace is meticulously gathered to ensure that federal, state, and local safety standards are upheld across the country.
New Year’s Resolutions: Who’s Best Off in 2019?
Given up on your New Year’s Resolution already? (The gym says hi. It misses you.)
iPhone vs. Android: The Ultimate Driving Smackdown!
Calling all drivers—does your cell phone type correlate with your driving habits?