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Honda’s New “Don’t Text and Drive” Ad Tugs Heartstrings Without Gore

There are have a lot of ad campaigns warning of the dangers of texting while driving. Most of the sad, gut-wrenching, and some are down-right brutally gory. Honda has a new “Don’t Text and Drive” advertisement that is sweet…until it’s not.

It certainly makes its point without the realistic video of a violent collision and we love that approach.

Check out the ad HERE and let us know what you think.

Honda Ridgeline Best Truck for Winter Driving

When we think of safe vehicles for driving in winter conditions (you know, snow, ice, cold rain, etc.), our minds often go to trucks. They are big, they are safe (and also good at pulling smaller cars out of ditch), but not all trucks are created equal when it comes to driving in winter weather.

In fact, this writer for Torquenews.com declared that the “Honda Ridgeline Outperforms Chevy, Dodge 4×4 in winter driving conditions.”

According to this writer, “I followed one for a few miles on Monday and was amazed by its obvious exceptional handling as well as skid and slip-free starting and stopping. Both, without the benefit of snow cables or chains…Honda’s success in superior off-road, snow and muddy condition ride and handling comes via the Ridgeline’s exclusive (VTM-4) Variable Torque Management 4 wheel drive system and lock control. No one else in the industry has it. The aforementioned allows the driver by the push of a button to lock the rear differential for up to 18 mph in forward or reverse. No one else in the industry offers this system as a standard feature on a light truck. Stuck in the snow, bogged in the mud, Ridgeline will work its way out of the hole.”

That’s some pretty high praise from a reliable source: the Honda Ridgeline outperforms other trucks in winter driving. And here in the Pacific Northwest we’ve already had our fair share of winter conditions with temperatures in the teens and snow throughout the region.

There won’t be any new Honda Ridgelines for two years, so if you want to check out the 2014 Honda Ridgeline for your winter driving needs, stop by Apple Valley Honda, Sims Honda, or Northwest Honda dealership before they are all gone!

Self-Driving Cars Overcome the Dangers of Technology

Much has been written about the self-driving cars that have recently been made legal in the state of California and, unbeknownst to me, have logged more than 250,000 driving miles…without a single incident.

That’s right; a perfect record.

I have thought a lot about the self-driving car and while I was wary at first, I was convinced of their inherent good and benefit to society when someone pointed out how they can give independence to people with disabilities and the elderly.

This article points out how the self-driving car can save those of us who willingly disable ourselves while we drive…with technology. We all know we do it: text, talk on the phone, check our emails on our phone, etc. If it’s not you, then it’s someone in a car around you, which could easily make you a statistic.

Imagine being able to tell your self-driving car to drive you home while you typed away at all those emails you didn’t get sent while in the office? Or telling your car to take you home after you’ve had one too many drinks? Self-driving cars are convenient and life-saving.

This paragraph from the article sums up the issue nicely:

“Pioneers in the field estimate that driverless cars could save a substantial number of lives each year. These cars are immune to distractions caused by talking on cell phones, texting and checking emails, eating and drinki

ng, grooming and shaving, reading and writing, watching TV or a video, adjusting the radio or CD player, checking the navigation system, watching the scenery, putting on make-up, fighting with passengers and disciplining children. They are also not impaired by alcohol, drugs, sleep deprivation and anger. They can react instantaneously and accurately. They always maintain the lane, use turn signals and never tailgate. They always respect red lights or stop signs. They keep detailed logs. They always remind you way before the time for refueling and maintenance service.”

What do you think? Are these arguments enough for you to jump behind the wheel of a self-driving car? What would it take to get you there?

Read the original article here.

 

Driving Safely this Holiday Season

Like it or not, the holiday season is upon us. With that means more errands to run, more things to plan, more items to check off your list and more driving around. And that doesn’t even include if you are traveling away from home to celebrate the holiday.

 

This article has a lot of safety tips (including on how to shop safely), but we’ll focus on driving safely.

  • Do not drink and drive and do not allow someone else to drink and drive.”
  • Always wear a seatbelt and make sure children are buckled into their restraints properly and appropriately by their size.
  • I LOVE this one because there is nothing more annoying or possibly dangerous then driving around not knowing where you are: “Know where you are going and how to get there and back. Obtain or download a map. Carry a GPS. Check for construction detours. For longer trips, obtain a weather forecast.”
  • Always tell someone where you will be and when you expect to return. This one makes me think of the many tragic winter-time stories I’ve heard on the news where someone or a family decides to go out for a drive and something goes wrong, but no one knows where they are. This dangerous scenarios can easily be prevented.
  • If you have a cell phone, take it with you when you travel. This one seems pretty easy to accomplish seeing as most people have to walk around with their cell phone in their pocket.
  • Keep doors locked while driving and have at least half a tank of gas. Also, make sure your car is in good condition or get it checked out before you go on trip of any good distance.
  • “Devote your full attention to driving.” With all of the holiday parties, gift buying, trips to the grocery store, and everything else, this may be the hardest to do, but it is the most important.

 

For more safety tips (some really good ones I had never heard before), check out the article below!

 

http://www2.hernandotoday.com/news/hernando-news/2012/nov/18/haobito1-tips-on-staying-safe-during-all-the-holid-ar-568600/

Self-Driving Cars Overcome Dangers of Technology

Much has been written about the self-driving cars that have recently been made legal in the state of California and, unbeknownst to me, have logged more than 250,000 driving miles…without a single incident.

 

That’s right; a perfect record.

 

I have thought a lot about the self-driving car and while I was wary at first, I was convinced of their inherent good and benefit to society when someone pointed out how they can give independence to people with disabilities and the elderly.

 

This article points out how the self-driving car can save those of us who willingly disable ourselves while we drive…with technology. We all know we do it: text, talk on the phone, check our emails on our phone, etc. If it’s not you, then it’s someone in a car around you, which could easily make you a statistic.

 

There are many states that have outlawed texting and talking on the phone while driving, but imagine being able to tell your self-driving car to drive you home while you typed away at all those emails you didn’t get sent while in the office? Or telling your car to take you home after you’ve had one too many drinks? Self-driving cars are convenient and life-saving.

 

This paragraph from the article sums up the issue nicely:

 

“Pioneers in the field estimate that driverless cars could save a substantial number of lives each year. These cars are immune to distractions caused by talking on cell phones, texting and checking emails, eating and drinking, grooming and shaving, reading and writing, watching TV or a video, adjusting the radio or CD player, checking the navigation system, watching the scenery, putting on make-up, fighting with passengers and disciplining children. They are also not impaired by alcohol, drugs, sleep deprivation and anger. They can react instantaneously and accurately. They always maintain the lane, use turn signals and never tailgate. They always respect red lights or stop signs. They keep detailed logs. They always remind you way before the time for refueling and maintenance service.”

 

What do you think? Are these arguments enough for you to jump behind the wheel of a self-driving car? What would it take to get you there?

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