Driver assistance technologies in today’s motor vehicles are already helping to save lives and prevent injuries.
Today was a dangerous day on the roads of Portland. You would think that we would have some of the best drivers in the US due to the usual weather/road conditions here. Much of the year you can find slippery wet roads and if you head to the mountain you can find snow. But we remain lower than desirable on the safe driving list for US cities.
The three trucks were at a service shop on Southeast Foster when one caught fire and the flames spread to the other two.
Skiing is a fun and widespread sport in the PNW. Accidents can happen though. We are here to help you if they do.
Getting your police records may become easier in the near future. The Oregonian did an investigation as to why it takes so long, not to mention the high price, to get your police records. See more here.
It’s time to head back to the Columbia River Gorge.
For the first time since the 2017 Eagle Creek Fire, seven of Oregon’s most popular trails reopened on Friday.
The moment was made possible by an army of volunteers that worked to stabilize trails hammered by flames and landslides.
The South Portland Neighborhood Association (SPNA) recently met with an ODOT representative who explained that they are in the early stages of developing a plan for tolling areas of I-5 and 205 as shown on the map. The current plan is to have a rolling price, more expensive tolls at higher use times. The idea is that doing so will reduce highway congestion.
We don't want to show you all the issues with distracted driving without giving you some helpful resources to combat it! Here are some ways your phone can help you to be a safer and less distracted driver!
When we drive- that's all we should be doing. 100% attention on driving. This video is horrific but it does show us the high price of our distractions. All it takes in a moment to change or end a life.
If that hasn't been enough to convince you to put the phone down while driving... Let's look at the fines in Oregon. Check out the Video: It may save your life or at the least, $1K..