290 Elevated Bypass Hopes To Simplify Travel

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290 Elevated Bypass That Hopes To Simplify Travel Construction has already begun for the 290 elevated bypass that hopes to simplify travel for drivers on Highway 6. The bridge will begin south of North Eldridge Parkway and enable cars to skip over Wortham Blvd., HWY 290,...
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Thanksgiving Travel

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Thanksgiving Travel Tweet this article Not all of us travel over the river and through the woods to celebrate Thanksgiving. Some of us do but not all. Most of us travel by car-full-of-kids on the beloved full-of-families highways. When you're saying to yourself that it feels more...
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Digital Speed Limit Signs

Digital Speed Limit Signs

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The roadway is a complete ghost town, you are the only vehicle on the road, the speed limit reads 70 mph and you say to yourself “Why not, punch it!” You grip the steering wheel for better control because right now your speedometer needle is going up from 60 to 100 mph and it...
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Multitasking: Distractions When Driving

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Contrary to popular belief, the human brain is not actually capable of multitasking. Rather, neuroscience has factually proven that the brain can only shift focus from one thing to another with impressive speed. Consequently, driving distractions, such as when you are using your...
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Motorcycle Safety in Texas

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In recent years, motorcycles and motor scooters have become a more popular mode of transportation with motorist. With the increase of motorcycle use and of mopeds however, comes the likelihood of accidents. According to statistics compiled by the National Highway Traffic...
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Large Trucks on the Road

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Drivers on the road must be careful at all times and be observant of all vehicles on the highway.  At any point a vehicle can lose control, brake, change lanes, enter/exit a highway or road.  There are all sorts of actions and behaviors to look out for, but what should...
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Flash Flood

Traveling: Flash Flood Safety

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A flash flood is defined as a sudden overflow of water in a concentrated area which is usually due to excessive rainfall. In the United States, flash flooding is the leading cause in weather-related deaths. Considering the fact that a flash flood can develop within a matter of...
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Texas Defensive Driving - Construction Zones

Texas Defensive Driving – Construction Zones

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According to the Texas Department of Public Transportation each year in Texas, there are over 15,000 vehicle crashes in highway construction and maintenance zones. These work zone collisions have resulted in over 100 deaths. The two leading causes of work zone crashes are...
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Texas Defensive Driving - Happy

Texas Defensive Driving – Happy?

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Driving happy sounds great. What could go wrong when you’re in such a good mood? Could being happy influence your abilities to drive safely? The same that could go wrong when you’re driving in a bad mood can happen when you are in a happy mood. Happiness can cause you...
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Online Vs Classroom Defensive Driving in Texas

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When taking a defensive driving course in Texas provided by Comedy Driving, Inc you have the option to take the course online or in a classroom. Regardless of which option you choose, the course is six hours long, approved by the Texas Education Agency as well as Region XIII....
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