Pointers You Need to Know When Getting Pulled Over #infographic #pullover #traffic

Have you even been pulled over before? How’d it go? Chances are, there’s a least a thing or two you would change if you could go back.

While it’s never a pleasant experience, the fact is that routine traffic stops happen. Whether or not you know what the reason you’re being pulled over is, getting smart about your interactions with the authorities is the best way to minimise the impact the situation has on you.

Police deal with a multitude of diverse situations every day. Whether or not you think you look innocent, it’s important to keep in mind the fact that when an officer approaches your vehicle, they don’t have any idea what to expect. We’ve all seen those episodes of COPS that give men and women of the law a reason to be nervous.

These simple guidelines will make the situation less threatening for both of you. Many of them, like shutting off your ignition so that the officer knows you have no intention to speed off, or turning down loud music, occur as common sense now. In the heat of the moment, however, you might be glad to have reviewed this handy infographic.

An Infographic by Pony Parts.

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100 years of National Park Service #infographic #NationalPark #US

On August 25th, the National Park Service will celebrate its 100th anniversary. It’s hard to believe a time when there weren’t any established national parks or monuments in the United States—but there once was a time. It all changed with an Act of Congress, which was then signed by President Woodrow Wilson. As the years passed, different amazing locations were put under the protection of the National Park Service. The last reported recreational visit numbers (which was in 2015) report that 307.2 million people visited national parks, monuments, historical parks/sites, battlefields/military parks, national monuments and other sites. And it makes sense—there are many wonderful places under the National Park System… 410 total sites to be exact.

Want to go explore the wonders of the U.S.? A good place to start is one of the more popular national parks. The top five include: the Great Smoky Mountains, Grand Canyon, Rocky Mountain, Yosemite and Yellowstone. Park locations are scattered all throughout the country. Surprisingly, Delaware is the only state that doesn’t have a national park or monument. Wherever you decide to go, ADT monitoring can help protect your home. Safe travels!

An Infographic by Choose Home Security.

How Coconut Oil will Save Your Hair #infographic #coconutoil #hair

The inner health benefits of coconut oil are widely known, but not many know what wonders this amazing stuff can do for your hair….women, take notes.

This infographic provides some small, somewhat unknown methods to using coconut oil in your hair and the wonderful health benefits it will have for your luscious locks. And unlike normal conditioner, coconut oil has a variety of uses: cooking as tastes good, moisturising for softening skin and dandruff control for no more itching.

Hopefully, you enjoy this infographic, as much as we did building it.

An Infographic by Hairdohowto.com.

A Shortcut to Deciding Where to Study Abroad #infographic #studyabroad

Study abroad is an unforgettable experience. Everybody says that. However, your personal study abroad experience may be totally ruined if you fail to choose the right place. Just consider this — imagine you are a vegetarian student who comes to study in a country where most people are crazy about meat. Although it may seem not important (“Whatever, I will eat what I want anyway”), it is. Definitely, it is. When you travel to another country, you emerge into the local culture. And if you are somewhat different or have opposite views, it can be pretty challenging to enjoy your experience.

Here comes the solution:
Smart.Study has conducted a deep research and found out the best places to visit (or avoid) taking into consideration ways of life, views, and other motives of students. Make sure to check our list and find your dream study abroad destination.

So, let’s start right away.

An Infographic by Smart.Study.