How to Avoid Drowsy Driving

We all feel tired or drowsy sometimes, which can impact how we drive. It’s important to understand how this impacts us when we’re driving a moving truck. But first, let’s review what exactly is “drowsy driving” is. Drowsy driving, a form of distracted driving, occurs when someone drives a vehicle while feeling excessively sleepy, which […]

Canadian Distracted Driving Laws

Updated March 25, 2016 Distracted driving is becoming more and more dangerous these days.  The more we have to distract us, the more dangerous the road gets.  It is easy to become bored with a day-to-day routine because we have so much technology to stimulate us every minute of every day. Remember that we cannot […]

Driving Safety: Reid Hollister

On December 2, 2006, my 17-year-old son, Reid, died in a one-car crash on an interstate highway in central Connecticut. When he died, Reid had had his license for eleven months. During those months, Reid drove crash free — and I considered myself a responsible, hands-on parent. I had educated myself about Connecticut’s teen driving […]

Distracted Driving: Clifton B. Gibbs

Wednesday, February 1st. I remember the exact time I received the catastrophic call at 6:36 pm. 7:32 a.m. My day did not start out as drastic, nor did I think it would end up that way. I woke up around my regular time and headed to my 8:00 a.m. internship. On the way, as he […]

Distracted Driving: Casey Feldman

The night before my 21-year-old daughter Casey was killed I asked her if she was happy. She answered, “yes.” That was my last conversation with her. The last time I heard her speak, saw her smile and heard her call me “Daddy.” Since the years following her death, I am comforted by that memory and […]

How to Load a Car Onto an Auto Transport [VIDEO]

Whether you’re moving your family car cross-country or you’re towing a project car, there are many instances when you may be required to load a car onto an auto transport. For your safety and the safety of those around you, it’s important that your car is properly loaded and secured. The following video will show you […]

Tips for Driving in the Fog

You’re gearing up for your upcoming move but it just so happens to be in the middle of winter AND your depart time is before the sun comes up. Which means, colder air in the early morning can be dangerous as fog may arise. If you’ve never driven in the fog, it can be a little […]

Clearance Height of a Moving Trailer

Maybe you’re feeling adventurous and would rather move with a moving trailer than a truck. Maybe you want to save a few dollars because you would not have to spend more on fuel than you would for your own personal vehicle and moving truck. Maybe you’re traveling back to school and just need a bit […]

Benefits of Carpooling

Did you know the average person spends 40 hours a year stuck in traffic? And, did you know that taking the HOV lane can cut your commute time down by as much as half? Spending half the time being stuck in the car sounds pretty enticing to me. If it does to you too, check […]

How to Tow a Hot Rod on an Auto Transport

Whether you need to move it across town or across the country, personally towing your hot rod, classic roadster or next project car is not only more cost efficient, but it gives you complete control. Follow these easy tips to successfully tow a hot rod. 1. Rent an Auto Transport or Car Trailer Auto transports and tow dollies are […]

Does Towing a Trailer Affect Turning?

Whether it’s your first time moving with a trailer or your 20th time, the same rules still apply…slow down when trailering. Driving a car trailer combination is not the same as driving your car alone. You should always reduce your normal driving speed when towing. You will see that it’s posted on most highways and […]

5 Shocking Seat Belt Statistics

Whether you’re in the middle of a project like moving or on your way to work or even just driving a short distance, do you wear your seat belt?  Seat belt usage has grown exponentially over the past 25 years and  now is at the highest percentage of drivers and passengers ever. All states, with the exception of […]