Driver's Ed  •  How to Survive Weird Roads

Posted by Corey DeVellis on Aug 9, 2016 10:00:00 AM


New drivers will quickly realize that not all roads seem to follow the rules. In this post, we’ll Go Ahead and give you some quick tips that can benefit both the experienced driver just as much as those fresh out of driver's ed.

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Topics: tips, driving, Driving School, driver training

Driver's Ed • Main Roads vs. Back Roads

Posted by Corey DeVellis on Jul 28, 2016 5:30:00 PM

For anyone coming to Connecticut, one of the first things they complain to the locals about are the roads. “How do you know where you’re going?”, “That doesn’t even look like a road”, “There are more potholes than I can count”, and the often intoned “Does everyone live in the woods?!”

Connecticut back roads are some of the most challenging in the country. There are a multitude of factors that go into this, but they certainly aren’t insurmountable. Here is a side-by-side comparison between driving on main roads versus navigating our, sometimes, harrowing back roads.

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Topics: tips, highway driving

Driving After Dark

Posted by Rachel LaBarbera on Jun 14, 2016 12:00:00 PM


Driving at night is a completely different experience than getting behind the wheel during the day. Drivers have a greater risk of making mistakes due to the lack of visibility and their own tiredness. Car crashes are three times more likely to occur at night, according to the National Safety Council

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Topics: tips, night driving

Driver's Ed • How To: Winterize Your Car

Posted by Christine Rodriguez on Oct 7, 2015 12:46:00 PM

Freezing cold temperatures, ice, snow – it’s that time of year again. Winter. There are not many people that enjoy the cold weather. I, for one, hate it! An hour long ride to work in the snow is not my idea of a good time. So take it from someone who knows how to get your car prepared for winter, it can be a process! Here are some simple tips to winterize your car and make sure it's ready to get you from point A to B safely.

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Topics: tips, winter

Parking Lot Safety

Posted by Corey DeVellis on Sep 17, 2015 12:30:00 PM

The parking lot is where everyone starts their driving careers: taking it slow and building up their skills and confidence before tackling the road properly. There are many types of parking lots we spend our time in, from the massive warehouse-store-fiascos to the where-are-the-lines-are-they-even-parking-spots local lots, and so knowing how to stay safe while traversing them is important.

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Topics: tips, Parking Lot Safety

Labor Day - Keeping the Road Safe While Having a Good Time

Posted by Christine Rodriguez on Sep 3, 2015 1:30:00 PM

Hotdogs, hamburgers, sunshine, and most importantly, a three day weekend. Only a few of the reasons why I love Labor Day. Sure, it also means winter is inching closer, but let’s not think about that just yet! The sunshine and warm weather is still upon us, and a few beach days are in our future. So, with Labor Day being a big travel holiday, here are some ways to be sure you have a great time this weekend, but most importantly, stay safe out on the road.

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Topics: tips, Safe driving, Safe Driving Tips, Labor Day, Holiday

Making New Driver Auto Insurance Easy and Affordable

Posted by Myra Leuci on Aug 31, 2015 1:00:00 PM

When your teenager gets his or her license, it can be exhilarating for them, and nerve-wracking for you.  Their safety is always the first concern, and second to that is the insurance component.  There are many questions that come to mind “Do I need to add my newly licensed teenager to my insurance policy?” “Will doing so significantly increase my premium?”, “How can I reduce the costs associated with adding my teenage driver to my policy?”

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Topics: tips, New Driver, Auto Insurance, Discount

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