I found this list of driving fears. Most of them make sense... except for parallel parking. I'm not saying I'm very good at it... It just doesn't scare me all that much. Here's the list but if you ask me, it's way too long. Let's narrow…
I drive a truck and I'd like to think I'm safe and that I drive the appropriate speed relative to the conditions. This morning on the way in to work, I don't think I went past 25. I've heard people complain about people in Twin Falls with four wheel drive.
I was within earshot of a conversation about tractors on the street. One of the people was a transplant from a bigger city and was complaining about always "being held up by tractors on the road." I held my tongue until he said "Why can't the make it a law that t…
Today on The Morning Show, Jackie was talking about how Boise made a list of cities with the safest drivers. Actually, Boise tied for the #1 spot. Who knew? That got us to talking about driving in bigger cities vs smaller Idaho towns like Twin Falls.
When you're making the same drive over and over . . . commuting to work, picking up the kids, taking back streets home from the bathhouse so no one sees you . . . it's really easy to zone out and go on autopilot.
This morning on the way to work I saw an animal dart across the road and as I got closer I saw another animal sitting in the middle of the road. I swerved to go around it, but the animal must have moved in the wrong direction because I hit it.
We have all been driving down the road opening a chocolate milk, loading a DVD player and unwrapping a hamburger for our children in the back seat. Even though I have done this million times in my car I still think that texting while driving is more distracting.
I think most pet owners want their pets with them as often as possible, which is why we try to take our animals with us everywhere we go. But, there's a good chance it'll negatively affect your driving. There's a new survey in PR Newswire from Triple-A and a company called Kurgo that makes pet tra…
According to the National Household Travel Survey, 75% of parents now drive their children to school. In 1969, it was only 15%. And parents drive their kids even though at least half of the school-age children in this country live within two miles of their schools.
iOS: DriveMeCrazy is like a "how is my driving" bumper sticker for anyone with an iOS device, letting you flag aggressive or bad drivers using voice recognition. It can rate and review any registered license plate to provide instant driving feedback.