Driving Etiquette Around The World

Driving a car in a foreign country can be scary enough, but when you have to take in to account not only the country’s road laws and regulations, but the driving etiquette and unwritten customs too – things can get very daunting. iCarhireinsurance.com has pulled together some official and unofficial laws of 6 different countries and put them in a handy infographic, so travelers planning on driving abroad can avoid falling into any trouble with both the law and the locals.

The Worst Pileups in History

Highway pileups, one of the scariest types of car crashes, happen when cars are traveling closer together than the weather conditions allow. One driver stopping or losing control can trigger a chain reaction of collisions behind them. While the largest pileup on record involved over 300 vehicles, the deadliest involved “just” a hundred or so, but injured 114 passengers and killed 17.

15 Tips for Maintaining your Car’s Value and Longevity

Want to keep your car looking new for longer? When you intend to resell it or trade it in someday, maintaining your car properly can lead to hundreds of dollars in sales and savings. Even if you just want to make your car last as long as physically possible, doing repairs and taking preventative measures in the right sequence can help your car last for 200,000 miles or more.

Car Olympics

With the Rio Olympics recently taking place, the team at Select Car Leasing thought it would be fun to see which cars would pick up the gold, silver and bronze in various different Olympic events and have created the following infographic simply titled, “Car Olympics.”

Strange and Rare Road Signs of the World

Do you have a favorite road sign? If you do, it’s probably a rare one! Road signs are such a regular part of our lives that they’re almost like white-noise in our lives. You can forget about how exceptionally useful some of them are. But when you see one that’s both useful and strange or rare – well, that one will stick in your memory.