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    Simple Techniques to Fix an iTunes Error

    Probably every iPhone user at some point encountered unfamiliar errors, in particular, e.g. error 3194. This error usually “crashes” after an attempt to restore or update iOS on the iPhone, and immediately notice that it is not critical and is solved within a few minutes, although it is capable of twitching nerves to an inexperienced […]

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    Why Tesla’s 1 Billion Mile Mark for Autopilot Driving is a Big Deal

    Tesla tweeted today that the company’s autopilot driving has surpassed the 1 billion mile mark. What’s impressive is that the company has surpassed the mark in just under four years, and the amount of data that they have accumulated will help future autopilot systems. If you’re a rideshare driver, there is some good and bad […]

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    Rideshare Drivers: Pulling Into Driveways for Pickup and Drop-off

    Uber, Lyft and other rideshare drivers are here to help make transportation easier for everyone. Hop on an app, schedule a ride and have the driver come right to your office or home – it’s a very easy way to travel. But when you’re a driver, you’ll want to keep your liability risks to a […]

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    What Happens if You’re Involved in an Accident with an Emergency Vehicle?

    Emergency vehicles rush to save the lives of others, but in doing so, some of them wind up getting into accidents. While rare, emergency vehicle accidents can and do happen. Between 2005 and 2013, there were 2,406 accidents involving police cars and 528 accidents involving ambulances and fire trucks. What happens if you’re involved in […]

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    How Poor Traffic Safety Laws are Making the Road More Deadly

    A study from 2017 may provide some insight into why traffic fatalities are on the rise. The report, which looked at traffic safety laws across the nation, found that states with poor driving laws have the worst driving records. South Dakota, Arizona, Wyoming, Montana and Missouri were among the states with the worst records. In […]

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    Private Property Car Accidents: What Rideshare Drivers Need to Know

    Public property and private property are two very different things. When a person is driving on the interstate or roadway and an accident occurs, it’s an accident that is on public property. But when an accident occurs on private property, this is an accident that occurred in: A parking lot An apartment complex Or similar […]

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    Caution: Road Work is a Common Cause of Crashes

    When you’re a rideshare driver, it’s important to pay attention to the most common causes of accidents. Why? You’re on the road too often to ignore the risks. A lot of accidents are avoidable, and you can lower the risk of your own human error causing an accident. Road construction is one of the causes […]

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    Emotional and Mental Stress After a Car Accident

    If you’ve been in a car accident before, you know just how stressful the entire process can be. I was in an accident a little over a year ago, and the accident was not my fault. But the entire process was stressful. You’ll have both insurance companies contacting you. An adjuster will view your vehicle, […]

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    Uber Guidelines and Your Responsibility as a Passenger

    You call an Uber, and when the driver pulls up, they’re at your disposal, helping you get to your destination with as little issues as possible. Top drivers may offer you USB charging, water and a variety of music options, too. And if you’re a good passenger, you’ll be able to use the service in […]

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    What to Do if Someone Hits Your Parked Car

    You run inside to grab some lunch at a local restaurant and someone hits your car while you’re inside. You come outside to a damaged bumper. The car is still there, but the driver is nowhere to be found. What happens next? Wait for the Driver First and foremost, don’t panic and don’t do anything […]