Dissecting The Off-Set Crash, One of the Most Deadly Accidents on the Road
Evidence is mounting that points to the type of frontal collision as a grave contributor to whether passengers live or die in an accident, alongside the typical factors like speed and road conditions. An off-set crash -- where 25 percent or less of the fascia of the car collides with either another vehicle or a hard, stationary object and causes the car to pivot sharply -- is especially lethal, accounting for a quarter of frontal crash deaths. We examine why.
Being Seen: Visible Cycling
Hey there. Yeah, you, riding along in your cool color-coordinated cycling team kit, all matchy-matchy. You look real spiffy, so neat you’ll make a great hood ornament. Because that’s where you’re going to end up -- on someone’s hood, or like me, under one. Those who really need to see you, can’t. In your fancy attire, you’re invisible to motorists.
Design Spotlight: Hövding “Invisible” Bike Helmet
Helmets save lives at the "expense" of what some misguided cyclists think of as "looking cool". They're also bulky, and a pain to schlep once the ride is over. Two female Swedish design students spent seven years researching crash data and
GunVault MiniVault Biometric
Gun control is a perennial issue that raises passions on both sides of the aisle. One thing everyone can agree on, though, is that secure storage is key to preventing tragedy. There are two essentials in home firearm storage: security and
Shoe ID by Road ID
Being responsible, safe, and planning for contingencies aren't always traits that we men are known for. Sometimes we just like to do, as though spontaneity were written into our genes. When it comes to running, I'm guilty of jetting out the