12 Cyber Security Tips for the Road

Whether in for a long-awaited vacation or heading out on business trip, many travelers take their electronic devices along for the ride. If you plan to travel in the future, keep your devices and data safe with these tips: 

Leave data-packed business devices and materials behind whenever possible. If you don’t think you’ll use it,


Safety Tips for Taking Your Furry Friends on the Road


Each year, millions of pets accompany their families on vacation. If you’re planning on taking your furry friend on a trip, plan ahead with these tips from PetInsurance.com.

1. If traveling by car, secure your pet with a safety harness or well ventilated carrier to restrain them in case of a sudden stop or accident. 


Keep Tabs on Your Teen Drivers with these Devices

Many parents worry when their teens start to drive. Distracted driving, inexperience and simple carelessness are all reasons for parents to be concerned. The added distraction of a cellphone and all its available functions bring even more reasons to worry.


While it would be great if parents could keep a watchful eye every time a teenager is behind the wheel,


Tips for Maneuvering Houston’s Potholes

With a record-breaking winter and many of us here in Houston experiencing months of relentless rainfall, motorists should remain vigilant when driving over the seemingly never ending number of potholes on our Houston roads.


Did you know that there is actually a pothole protocol? Well, now you do and according to some recent surveys,


Tips to Avoid Drowsy Driving

One in five fatal accidents in America involves a drowsy driver, according to a recent report from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. Unfortunately, driving while fatigued is common in today’s business world. Yet the consequences of driving when you’re tired can be tragic.


“Drowsiness is similar to alcohol in how it compromises driving ability by reducing alertness and attentiveness,


How to Deal with Houston’s Aggressive Drivers

Aggressive drivers speed, drive too fast or carelessly, change lanes without warning, cut off other vehicles, tailgate and pass in ways that endanger others. Aggressive driving likely causes “a substantial number” of the 6.8 million crashes that occur every year on American highways, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) says. Everyone is aware of aggressive drivers,


Buying Auto Insurance? Things You Need To Know First

Before you start your search for the right auto insurance, it is essential that you have adequate knowledge regarding it. Although you probably already know these things, you will be surprised how many are clueless in terms of auto insurance. Here are a few basic yet important things that you need to know before you buy:



Americans Still Drive Themselves to Work Alone

Follow us A recent Census release discussed changes in bicycling and walking to work since 2000. Local governments have actively promoted walking and bicycling, sometimes as explicit criteria for new development.

Based on the Census data, tabulations from the National Association of Homebuilders show that from 2000 to 2012, the U.S.


What to Do When Your Car is Totaled

You were in an accident and now your car is completely totaled. You cannot drive it anymore so what should you do with it? Just sell it off or try to get it repaired? This depends on a number of things; the condition of your car, the efforts you are willing to put in and the amount the insurance company will give you. 


Summer Vehicle Inspection Tips for the Open Road

It is summer and you can’t wait to get out on the road to head to the cabin, on vacation or just a nice carefree ride with the windows down. But while you may be ready to go, is your car? These quick vehicle inspection tips will help you make sure your vehicle is ready for the open road.