Effective July 1, Florida drivers can use hazard lights on highways through fog and rain

Hazard Light button in vehicle – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by  oatawa Florida residents know all too well that raining and driving pair together like warm apple pie and ice cream—except the latter is easily the preferred pair of the two. The reason we bring up rain and driving is because every Florida driver has

8 Innovative Car Features carving a Path for the Future

Photo Source/Copyright: Shutterstock via photographer sdecoret It was not long ago that Bluetooth didn’t exist in our everyday vehicles. In fact, there are still vehicles out on the street today that are being driven without Bluetooth capability. Cars were invented with the intent of transporting people and goods from one point to the next without

Five High-Level Infotainment Systems you should know about in the Automotive World

Photo Source: Shutterstock via Blue Planet Studio Technology is at the forefront of virtually everything we use in our everyday lives. Whether it’s our smartphones, tablets, computers or mobile payment processing, tech is intertwined at every corner. It’s also becoming increasingly important to have the most updated technology and advanced systems in our vehicles to

New Expired Florida Driver’s License Renewal Requirements effective

Waiting in the DMV pool – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Michael Gordon Going to the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to renew or register for a Florida driver’s license is not an enjoyable experience. Oftentimes the DMV is filled with hundreds of people trying to accomplish the same goal in the fastest way possible.

Driving Behaviors Your Teens Should Be Taught

Photo Source/Copyright: Shutterstock via photographer Dasha Petrenko Adulting is all fun and games until you have to actually be an adult. While it may be a joyous moment to have a child pass their driver’s license test on the first go… it can also be the beginning of a long, nerve wracking first step towards

Florida Representative Files Bill to Abolish Red-Light cameras in the State

Secure camera with traffic light and sign. Courtesy: Shutterstock-Photo by BIGCHEN Rep. Anthony Sabatini, R-Howey-in-the-Hills, is trying to get rid of red-light cameras in the state of Florida for good. Sponsoring measure (HB 6009), Sabatini hopes to abolish the Mark Wandall Traffic Safety Program law, a controversial 2010 law that authorized the use of red-light