If you have recently learned to drive a car, or in some cases if you are moving to another state, you may be facing a driver's exam. Most states require potential drivers to pass a written exam and a driving exam in order to become licensed. The written exam is taken from study materials explaining driving laws and rules of the road. The driving exam typically involves driving a car while an examiner watches to see that you know what you are doing. I worked as a driving test administrator for many years, and I know that the driving exam is very stressful for some. This blog will help prepare you for that exam as well give you information on the steps you will need to take to become a licensed driver.
Whether you have been driving for only a few months, or a few decades, you have most likely already developed what you think is a good sense of what you should never do while you are driving. However, crashes with other vehicles are often caused by the small things that you really never looked at as a threat to your driving capabilities. Besides the normal stuff, like texting or trying to apply your makeup, there are five things you should never try to do while you are driving your car. [Read More]
If you're going through financial troubles, you're likely looking for a fresh start. It can be overwhelming trying to pay off past debts and current bills when you only have so much money available. Some individuals and families choose to file for bankruptcy in order to get back to a life with more financial freedom. While there are different forms of bankruptcy, there are many benefits to filing for chapter 7 bankruptcy. [Read More]