Could you survive without your automobile? Many residents of Arizona would answer that question with an emphatic “NO!” Walking is too slow and many public transportation systems only visit a limited number of areas in the city. By having a car of your own, you could get to point A to point B quickly and have more time to enjoy your destination. Many people lose this ability at the hands of car thieves. Crooks often target vehicles at random, but there may be some actions you are guilty of that draw their attention to you.
Do red-light cameras make intersections safer or more dangerous? It’s an ongoing, heated debate that have many Arizona residents hot under the collar, according to a recent story at AZCentral.com
In metro Phoenix, cameras operate at a variety of high-profile intersections, from Scottsdale and McDowell roads in Scottsdale to Country Club and University drives in Mesa.
Are you in the market for a new car insurance policy? According to the Arizona Department of Transportation, all registered vehicles must have a certain amount on liability insurance before being driven on the roadway. Having coverage could have additional benefits, besides allowing you to meet state law.
Taking care of your car is a vital task. Failing to change the oil regularly, top off the fluids, or rotate the tires could lead to car failure. Even a well maintained vehicle could experience engine problems. Are you ready for such a situation?
According to the Arizona Department of Transportation, there were 11,388 hit-and-run vehicle collisions in 2010. What is a hit-and-run? It is a car accident where one of the drivers flees the scene of the crime. Typically, it is the driver at fault or a driver without insurance. Being involved with a hit-and-run could leave you on the line for a lot of money.