Leading Causes of Car Accidents

Car accidents happen quite often in the United States and around the world.  They are the leading cause of death in the world today for people between the ages of 15-29, and over 37,000 people die on American roadways each year.

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Side Views Cameras in New Cars

Technology innovations in the automotive industry usually outpace the rules and regulations we follow. Camera usage in vehicles is currently being reviewed further. The United States plans to test and examine how side view cameras could eventually replace the traditional mirror to help drivers stay safe on roadways.

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Electric Car Battery Life

Electric car battery life is an interesting consideration to be made when purchasing this type of vehicle. As with most devices that require recharging, the quality of the results you receive will slowly decline with age. It’s like a smartphone that lasts all day at first but slowly over time won’t last as long.

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A Word of Caution About Keyless Ignitions

Keyless ignition systems first began appearing in vehicles in the 1990s, with a surge of interest in the early 2000s. As with most new features, it was the luxury models and high-end cars that received them first. If you owned a Mercedes-Benz S-Class during that time, then you were an early adopter of this technology.

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