- p.4 — “New Directions” column by Ana Gonzalez
- Use the new safety features included with new cars and trucks, but don’t get complacent with them.
- Still pay attention to your blind spots, your mirrors, the road, etc.
- Good advice, but there’s always someone who will figure that they can let it slip “this one time.”
- p.8 — “Here to There” app for Android.
- p.10 — “Smart Coverage” — Be Aware of Staged Crashes
- Get all of the information you can on the other driver(s) and vehicle(s), road conditions, as well as statements from witnesses, etc.
- Be wary of unsolicited tow trucks, repair offers, etc.
- p.15 — “Interstate Icon”
- Apparently, every winter, the Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control Authority [AMAFCA] builds a 13-15-foot tall “snowman” out of tumbleweeds painted white, with a black-painted 55-gallon drum as a tophat. Then they leave it on the roadside of westbound I-40 near the Big I (where I-40 intersects with I-25). I guess AMAFCA needs to keep its employees “busy” during the winter months . . . ?
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