Did Thanksgiving Traffic Feel Stuffed? Here’s Why.

Not all of us travel over the river and through the woods to celebrate Thanksgiving. Some of us do, but not all of us. Most of us travel by car-full-of-kids on the beloved full-of-families highways. If you were one of those travelers this holiday, you might have felt a little...
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I-10 Traffic Construction

The area of I-10 that sits between Beltway and Highway 6 is about to get a spacious new make-over. I-10 is the largest freeway in North America and boasts the highest mile markers. The section of I-10 that’s in Houston is also the widest highway in the world. “Not wide enough”,...
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Tips for Texans in Autumn

Is it getting chilly in your town? The hotter the summers, the longer they feel. Enjoy the sweet relief from the heat, while it lasts, with these tips for Texas in the great autumn season. Roll the Windows Down Studies show that cold air is good for your mind, body, and soul....
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The Air Car

The first air compression engine was developed to power trains and gained pretty great traction during the 1800’s. Cars then claimed the technology thanks to Charles B. Hodges. Starting in 1896, he was profiting from the industry excitement. While the inventor of the first air...
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Funny Distracted Driving

Jake White is a father of three and a true master at his craft. His most recent toddler hack won the love of the internet. Parents can take a note from this dad’s book. Fighting distracted driving should be a major priority. That means creative ways to keep those kids from...
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Heat Stroke : The App That Could Save a Life

In 2014, 32 children died of heat stroke alone. As we transition into the summer, keeping your children safe is always a priority. With increased fun comes increased risks. The kids are out of school, the swimming and outdoor play is getting more frequent, and every place we go...
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Are the police violating your rights?

The Vehicle Surveillance Debate Britt Vasicek License plate recognition technology was born in the United Kingdom in 1976. In the early stages of scanning license plates, they weren’t very practical and were hardly used. As time went on, their evolution opened doors that only...
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“Their Fault”: The Mindset of Defensive Driving

Boredom is a feeling we all know too well. It permeates many of our daily activities, and colors our perception of the mundane tasks we carry out at home, work, or school. Usually, boring activities are necessary or carry some sort of significance. I doubt many people have a...
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3 Texas State Laws that Relate to Cell Phones and Driving

3 Texas State Laws that Relate to Cell Phones and Driving Though there is statewide law that prohibits hand-held cell phone usage while driving, you still find people everywhere of all ages, texting while driving. But you may just find yourself slapped with a hefty fine if you do...
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Tips to Follow While Bicycling on the Road

Tips to Follow While Bicycling on the Road The HTSA encourages everyone who uses roads (including motorists and bicyclists), to always respect each other and ensure that they create a safer transportation environment. By law, bicycles on a road, have the same vehicular rights and...
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