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With all the technological advancements of the last decade, your new vehicle could be described as a rolling computer. Thanks to cameras, radar, imaging software, and other sensors, your car, truck, or SUV has numerous ways it can help you navigate the road.

But when any of those cameras...Continue Reading

Adaptive cruise control, also called ACC, allows you to use cruise control in heavier traffic conditions.

Widely adopted in the new models of many vehicles, ACC technologies can adjust your speed to keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front of you without repeatedly turning off and...Continue Reading

Have you ever zoned out or nodded off while behind the wheel? Then you may know the unsettling feeling of whipping the steering wheel back to correct your drifting vehicle and get it back in your lane.

The...Continue Reading

A dusty window screen impedes your view and can even spread dust and allergens throughout your home! Impacted dirt and debris may also shorten the lifespan of your screens.

Keep your window screens in tip-top shape through semi-annual inspection and cleaning.

For most homeowners...Continue Reading

The internet is full of how-to resources for fixing a damaged window screen frame, but the truth is, once a frame is bent, it can’t be adequately repaired to keep its original shape and maintain a tight fit within the window frame.

Learn why window screen frames can’t be repaired and how...Continue Reading

There are moments when a fraction of a second makes all the difference in avoiding a car accident. That’s why the autonomous emergency braking system, or AEB, was developed.

Autonomous emergency braking systems rely on cameras or sensors at the front of your car. Like all Advanced Driver...Continue Reading

A type of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), heads-up displays, or HUD technologies, are designed to reduce distractions and keep drivers focused on the road. HUD technologies project your rate of speed, the speed limit, and other information onto your windshield just above the dashboard...Continue Reading

Windowsills are more than a place to store knick-knacks and stage houseplants. Both the inside (called a window stool) and the outside of the sill are critical to the structure and function of the window. Often referred to as a window shelf or window bottom, the windowsill is the flat piece of...Continue Reading

When you’re in a rush, finding that you need to scrape the snow and ice off your windshield can be frustrating. Luckily, there’s one natural, affordable, and incredibly useful substance that can do your dirty work for you. Salt will melt ice on your windshield in no time, but it does take a...Continue Reading

The combination of snow, sleet, and ice can make winter driving conditions hazardous for even the most experienced drivers. All drivers need to know how to keep themselves and others safe on the road during the winter.

Cold-Weather Driving Safety Tips

In 2019, the US Department...Continue Reading