Category: Transportation Infographics
We live in a world where the real possibility exists that our cars no longer have drivers. This infographic from Quid Corner shows how this is possible with autonomous cars and how much money they can ultimately save.
This infographic highlights the true costs any business or trades will need to know about running a van. A van is an essential necessity for trade business, in particularly with the builders trade, and this infographic visually explores all the cost comparisons.
General Motors has known about the faulty switches for almost a decade and yet nothing significant has been done to keep the consumers safe. Here is an infographic from The Killino Firm, P.C. that looks into GMs failure to act on know issues with its motor vehicles.
Wouldn’t it be nice if we could all forecast the safest times to drive on the road and what situations to look out for? Well, we can use the past to better understand the risks today. The folks at Titan Insurance have looked into 2013 car insurance claims statistics in order to uncover insights on the safety of the roadways. They found some interesting correlations, which you can read below.
Test your vanophobia with this infographic. We see them on the roads, delivering packages and hauling equipment, but do we ever look inside those prevalent vans? The Sussex Sign Company explore the anatomy of Britain’s Great Van Driver.
By taking a driver survey, age, traffic infractions, and traffic convictions into account, Canadian car insurance company Kanetix.ca identifies the single group in Canada that actually drives the safest. Which group is that? Check out the graphic, the answer might surprise you.
Driving is a major part of our day to day lives. We spend time behind the wheel getting to work, going to college or school and generally getting from one place to another. It allows us freedom to move to get to new places. Rules of the road vary worldwide. In some countries they drive on the left hand side and others on the right. There are some historical reasons for this.
Are you Buying or selling a car? Gumtree has created an online tool that let’s users find out the value of a car and compares prices of the chosen car over several years. They have also created the handy infographic below that provides tips on buying and selling a new car.
This infographic from First Aid Wheels covers all things alloy wheels including showing the benefits of adding alloy wheels to your vehicle, signs that there is something wrong with your alloys, tips for caring for them and also possible repairs.
With summer finally here motorcyclists are getting their bikes back on the road. It’s very important that riders have safety on their minds at all times to avoid accidents and injuries, and you can find a few tips in this infographic.
It may sound crazy to some, but the phenomenon of people naming their car is fairly common. In fact, 36% of car owners between the ages of 18 and 34 named their car, with many of them using the car’s color and appearance as inspiration. Some of the most common male names include Daniel, Tom and Jack.
Most of us enjoy the sound of the engine revving as we drive to our destination. However, as a driver, we must realize that when our tires meet the road, we’re responsible for each other’s life and safety. This infographic by Sinnamon Lawyers shows five defensive driving techniques to help avoid a car accident.
Compare the most expensive and the cheapest vehicles to own as the depreciation is calculated and interest payments on any auto loans or bank overdraft are added. Check out the following infographic for a full listing of all the factors you should weigh before deciding what make and model to buy.
The first speeding ticket was written in 1902! The first car radio was installed in 1929! The first car had three wheels! There’s a lot you don’t know about cars (even though you spent 38 hours stuck in traffic in one, this year alone)! Check out this infographic for some crazy facts about the most popular vehicle on the planet.