Safe Driving Tips
Wheels is committed to ensuring your drivers make it home safely each night. Pass along these tips to help keep everyone safe while on the road.
Prepare for the increase of vehicles, congestion and distracted driving that comes with holiday celebrations.
Keeping a vehicle's interior free of germs and other unwanted elements is simple and important. Click here for the French and Spanish version.
As states and provinces reopen, it's important to take precautions to keep yourself and those around you safe. Click here for the French and Spanish version.
Wildfires are some of the most destructive forces of nature. While there isn't much to deter a wildfire's path, you can help keep yourself and others safe. Click here for the French and Spanish version.
Today's vehicles are filled with safety features that help protect the driver, passengers and even pedestrians, but only if used correctly.
Fuel fraud mainfests in many forms - stolen credit card data, skimming devices on fuel pumps and data breaches.
Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV) generally emit fewer emissions than their internal combustion engine counterparts. Follow these tips to maximize their efficiency.
20% of all reported vehicle crashes occur in a parking lot - stay safe and avoid collisions.
Take extra percuations and stay safe at night when vision is compromised.
Backing collisions account for 25% of all collisions. Stay safe and take extra percautions when backing a parked vehicle.
Driver who use their cell phones are four times more likely to be involved in a crash. Avoid becoming a statistic and break the habit.
Most distractions are avoidable - take charge and elimate these to give driving your full attention.
Changing seasons brings back-to-school traffic, rain, wildlife and more which can create hazardous driving conditions.
School days bring added congestion and dangers to the roadway.
It's impossible to be ready for everything, but prevention and preparedness are essential for vehicle breakdowns and roadside emergencies.
Simple changes to the way you drive can help minimize fuel consumption and make you a 'greener' driver.
Foggy conditions are the number one cause of multi-car collision, avoid becoming a statistic.
Prepare for the increase of vehicles, congestion and distracted driving that comes with summer celebrations.
Snow and ice can produce unsafe driving conditions.
Extreme cold weather can make a definite impact to your vehicle.
Drowsy drivers cause nearly one in ten crashes nationwide. Avoid becoming a statistic and help drivers stay alert and recognize when they are too drowsy to drive safely.
Fluctuating tire pressure can lead to uneven wear and poor handling and braking, monthly checks are recommended.
Warmer temperatures bring unpredictable weather and hazards on the roadways such as potholes and standing water.
Statistics show summer is one of the riskier times to be on the road.
Being prepared can help keep you safe during extreme and ultimately life-threatening weather conditions. Click here for the French version.
If driving is absolutely necessary, take extreme caution during hurricane conditions. Click here for the French version.