Nobody understands the importance of safety like the guy who gets shot out of a cannon.
So for advice about keeping your ride between the ditches and your family buckled in, we
turn to America's senior statesman of safety—the incomparable
Johnny Nevada, and his loyal canine companion Scout.
Taking Road Trips with Your Kids
America's favorite stuntman knows that short attention spans make for challenging road trips. Fortunately, Johnny brought along these kids' tips and in-car game ideas to keep the miles rolling peacefully by.
Road Trip Emergencies
Johnny's no stranger to emergencies. So when America's favorite stuntman lays down the 4-1-1 on calling 9-1-1 and how to put together a car emergency kit (don't forget the gauze!), you better listen.
Handing the Keys to a Teen Driver
Here's Johnny Nevada's perfect recipe for surrendering the keys without losing your mind: 50% driver knowledge, 50% safe driving practices, and 50% your own household driving rules.
Auto Safety for Children
Car seat? Good. But not good enough. Look out for loose objects in the car—and check for stragglers with a pre-trip lap around the car. Johnny's here to make sure you travel safe the super-smart stuntman way.
Beware of Dangerous Drivers
You don't become America's favorite stuntman by taking rock-stupid chances. Johnny's Rule #5 is drive defensively—that means watching out for the other guy. Here's how to stay safe by staying ever-vigilant.
Avoid Driving While Tired
There's a drowsy driving epidemic—1/3 of drowsy drivers say they've fallen asleep behind the wheel. Johnny Nevada won't take this lying down. Check out his stuntman tips for beating back the road yawns.
Flat Tire Safety
America's favorite stuntman knows that a flat tire blowout doesn't have to mean blowing your whole trip. Here's how to stay safe if you have a flat—and how to keep your tires ship-shape to start with.
Put Down Your Phone
Johnny Nevada knows: cell phones are awesome — unless you're driving. Driving and texting or talking on the phone while driving are real bone-headed stunts.
Weather-Related Driving Myths
America's favorite stuntman may have taken a few shots to the head, but he's not about to let smart drivers like you get bamboozled by these crazy driving and safety myths. Or is he?
Winter Auto Maintenance
Rule #1 for Johnny Nevada, America's favorite stuntman: be prepared and be awesome. (Rule #1a: respect the 'stache.) So don't tempt fate or wait too long to prep for driving when weather's not great.