Tag Archives: Driving

Keeping Teen Brains Safe

Keeping Teen Brains Safe

Most of us thought we were adults in our twenties, but brain research shows it takes a long time to finish developing our minds. Risky behavior is a prominent feature of the adolescent brain; how can we keep our kids safe? Read More

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Google Glass Demands Attention Even Though Hands-Free

Google Glass Demands Attention Even Though Hands-Free

New research indicates that Google Glass and similar heads-up displays induce sufficient distraction to endanger the user’s navigating or other activities. Google Glass is intended to reduce problems such as trying to walk safely while also glancing down at a smartphone. However, research indicates that diffusing attention is dangerous in several ways that these devices may not address. Read More

Chevy “Stay Clutch” Challenge: Drive a Stick, Win MLB All-Star Tickets

A lot of us learned to drive a stick-shift somewhere back in high school or college. A lot of us shed more than a few tears as we got stuck on hills, ground the gears and made whoever owned that car want to pull out their hair and push us out of the driver’s seat. It’s a skill you never forget once you learn, just like riding a bike, but what if you’ve never had the chance? Chevy aims to help new drivers learn with their new Stay Clutch challenge. Read More

Toddler Travel

My daughter has been traveling a lot since she was born because we don’t live near family. So she has been taking car trips since she was very young. She’s a very good car traveler which makes things easier for us, especially when we are driving back home to Michigan from North Carolina. But I… Read More