Let’s face it: In the age of technology, we’re all on our cell phones. Whether it’s to text a friend, check social media or send an email for work, Americans young and old often find themselves immersed in the digital world. Although digitization is the new normal, it becomes a problem when our smartphones make us distracted. In particular, when drivers and walkers are distracted, both parties are put in serious danger.
If you or a loved one are the driver of a Ford Fusion or Lincoln MKZ, there has been a serious vehicle recall that needs your attention. Some of these sedans could have loose bolts in the steering wheel that could cause it to completely come off. Other drivers sharing the road with these cars should be aware of the dangers too! What are the details of the recall?
After you get into an accident with another motorist, you may have an idea of what happened and the next steps you’ll need to take. Yet, when the vehicle that hits you is a semi-tractor trailer, the situation can suddenly become more complex.
Imagine another driver T-bones your car as you’re entering an intersection. In the aftermath, you get out and realize that no one saw what happened. You call the police to file a report and contact your insurance carrier to start a claim. If the damage and injuries are significant, you wonder who is going to corroborate your statements.
The Chevrolet Bolt EV is an all-electric vehicle with one-pedal driving that can shift gears electronically. General Motors, who owns Chevrolet, has announced they will transform this model into a driverless car by 2019. The Cruise AV will not have a steering wheel or pedals. To communicate with the vehicle, passengers will use touchscreens.