This book became a FINALIST in the INDIE EXCELLENCE AWARDS! CrashLaneNews.com is a self help book. These suggestions can be applied into a reader's/traveler's checklist. The book's content will also enable a reader to reach their destinations with a higher level of awareness of their surroundings. The book will increase a reader's accountability, while increasing their reliability, and increasing their performance. The suggestions include some real life experiences of what previously happened. Some situations include information about search and rescues, tornados, hurricanes, typhoons, blizzards, fog, driving in traffic, and more. An interview with The Wireless Association-CTIA.org public relations office includes information about their new program that they helped make possible which helps protect people that had lost or have their Smartphone stolen. An interview is included with NASA's Rani Grann. It includes the article she wrote about the Future of Search and Rescue GPS technologies with some brief questions with her. Interviews are included with The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA.gov)/ The National Weather Service (weather.gov) in: Kansas, Massachusetts, Louisiana, Georgia, North Carolina. The information in these interviews is scientific and comes directly from Meteorologists and forecasters. An interview with the The National Insurance Crime Bureau, NICB.org's, Public Affairs Director Frank Scafidi covers the agency's objectives. This interview has some helpful information a traveler can use and be aware of. An interview with True Mileage's CEO Ryan Morrison, Truemileage.com shows the benefit examples of a Smartphone, improving driver's safety awareness. An interview is included with the Auto Club's Northern California, Nevada, and Utah, Public Relations Officer Cynthia Harris, AAA.com. Travelers can travel safer after reading this book. .The owner can also lock the phone so it cannot be easily used by somebody, once lost or missing. ... and a user would not usually share information with someone theydo not know, sowhy have it available when an unknown person mayfind, or steal a phone? ... Public WiFi Security Smartphone security is at risk from public.
|Title||:||Crash Lane News|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2015-02-11|