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Classic Sunglasses to Wear for Driving

Classic Sunglasses to Wear for Driving

If you've ever experienced coming up over a hill into the low sun, you'll know exactly how scary it can be. Without sunglasses, you literally can't see a thing. Driving is tiring on the eyes and driving in conditions of high glare, and that could be snowscapes, wet roads or bright sun, is particularly tiring. Wearing the right pair of sunglasses will make driving a safer and more comfortable experience. more

Nashville Neighborhood Guide

A Nashville Neighborhood Guide

If you're planning a trip to Nashville, Tennessee, you have a lot of options in terms of where to stay. There are many different neighborhoods in and around the central core area of Nashville, and there are also options that are further out but no less appealing like the Gaylord Opryland Hotel, with many onsite amenities. more

United Auto Workers Unions Open Talks with Automakers

United Auto Workers Unions Open Talks with Automakers

The United Auto Workers union entered tense labor talks with several automakers today. The union is opening talks with Ford, Fiat Chrysler, and GM at a delicate time when companies are cutting thousands of jobs and relocating plants overseas. more

Cyclist Deaths Rise Despite Car Safety Improvements

Cyclist Deaths Rise Despite Car Safety Improvements

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that the number of cyclist deaths rose 10% last year despite increasing safety improvements on automobiles. Front collision detection systems and blind-spot warning systems have been unable to curb cyclist deaths. more

Car Mechanics Still Face Asbestos Exposure Risks

Car Mechanics Still Face Asbestos Exposure Risks

Auto mechanics are still facing risks of asbestos exposure on a regular basis when working on brakes, heat seals and clutches. These components contain asbestos that breaks down over time and can become airborne as these parts start to wear down. more

IIHS: People are Confused about Self-Driving Technology

IIHS: People are Confused about Self-Driving Technology

A new study from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has found that people are confused about what self-driving technology can and cannot do. The survey covered systems found in Acura, BMW, Audi, Nissan, Tesla and Cadillac systems. more

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