Transportation Infographics



Holiday Driving Safety

With the amount of people killed and injured due to distracted driver, there is a huge need to remind drivers of the best safety measures. Whether you are traveling for the holidays, picking up your kids, or commuting to work, Colorado Law created a Driving Safety infographic to remind us how to stay safe on the road.

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Get the Deal of the Century With a Used Car

This infographic was created by Car America to inform consumers about the used car buying process. Follow these simple steps and suggestions to make sure you’re getting the best possible deal on your next used car purchase. Get the car of your dreams at a fraction of the price of buying it new.

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Car Insurance 101: Types of Auto Insurance Explained

This infographic explains to viewers what the different types of car insurances are so they don’t overpay for their policy, and also don’t go under-insured. Car insurance can be a tricky and confusing subject, especially with insurance agents trying to sell as much as possible. This infographic breaks down each policy type and provides details of each.

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12 Top Causes of Fatal Car Accidents in the USA

When it comes to driving a vehicle or any mode of transportation for that matter, the last thing on a driver’s mind is being involved in an accident, especially a fatal one. Santa Rosa Injury Law looked at the most recent data released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and uncovered the most likely behaviors reported for drivers and motorcycle operators which led to fatal crashes.

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The Next Decade’s Most Impressive Car Tech

With Tesla, Google, and Amazon making new innovations every day, the car of 2025 looks like it will be an extraordinarily safe and green machine. How about a solar powered car? Or a car that parks itself, drives itself, and communicates with other vehicles on the road? Things that are just fancy features today, like back-up cameras and zero-emission engines, will be mandated by many state and federal laws in the future.

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Becoming a Commercial Driver

Commercial vehicle drivers can drive most any vehicle on the road today from passenger vehicles to buses and tractor trailers. Owners and operators of large commercial trucks and passenger buses need to obtain a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) from the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) before entering the field as a commercial driver.

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Approaching the Age of Autonomous Vehicles

U.S. commuters spend approximately two days each year stuck in traffic, and more than 30,000 people die each year in car accidents. Autonomous vehicles could vastly improve condition. With a self-driving future not too far down the road, Swift Navigation has commissioned the following infographic, “Approaching the Age of Autonomous Vehicles”.

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The US President’s Official Vehicles

The following infographic from TitleMax.com takes a look back at all civil vehicles that our Presidents had and still have. As you will see, vehicles of the head of the country are not limited to just automobiles. The Presidential garage has been long extended to airplanes, yachts, and even a bus.

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Average Gas Prices in the U.S. Through History

Gas prices have shocked Americans at the pump for the last ten years or more. Really, since the early to mid 1970’s, gas prices have been rising and spiking quite frequently. It’s only in recent years that prices have settled and fallen. Prices at the pump in 2015 felt very similar to those in 1929 when you compare them both in 2015 dollars.

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The Road Ahead: Yesterday’s Concept Cars

For nearly 100 years, auto makers around the world have been creating exciting concept cars for what their vision is of the future of the passenger car. Unfortunately, we never really lived up to those expectations. Even some of the ground-breaking features seen in concept cars in the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, still haven’t been seen in a commercially released vehicle to date.

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How to Prepare for Winter Driving

For those new to winter driving, handling highways with snow and ice may be daunting. There are some tips and tricks to winter driving to keep you safe no matter the weather, but they start with proper preparation. Whether you are a novice snow driver or driving in snowy conditions is old hat, staying prepared will keep you and other drivers safe behind the wheel.

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Cracking Cars: A Look at Car Hacking

With Cars becoming more like smartphones nowadays, the folks at Select Car Leasing take a look at the growing concern of car hacking, a phenomenon that’s sending chill up motorists’ and manufacturers’ spines across the globe, more efficiently than any air-conditioning unit could. More importantly, they will tell you what the world’s governing agencies are doing to help eradicate car hacking and what you can do to prevent your car from being hacked.

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Uber : The Definitive Fact File

With Uber seemingly always in the news nowadays, the team at Select Car Leasing thought they’d look into the motoring phenomenon and bring you some of the most intriguing stats you may not have known about the world’s largest transportation network company, as well as its funding timeline and it’s top 10 destinations of all time.

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How to Properly Jump Start a Car

Jumping a car battery is not hard once you learn how to do it. The main concern is not just knowing which cable goes to which battery post, but also how to do it safely. Keep in mind when using jumper cables that there is a dangerous amount of electrical power running through them. But when taking the right precautions, using jumper cables is perfectly safe, so be prepared and handle the cables carefully.

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