Deaf people can drive, but they may need to install a few adaptive modifications in their vehicles to be able to drive safely. Many deaf drivers utilize special devices to alert them when fire trucks or ambulances are ne... More »

USA Today reports that there are roughly 210 million licensed drivers in the United States. Of these, 105.7 million are women and 104.3 million are men, making this the first time more women than men have had driver's li... More »

As a linguistic minority, Deaf people share some commonalities in life that help form Deaf culture, including shared norms, values, history, beliefs and attitudes. A Deaf community shares a language and heritage, and may... More »

Deaf people use various types of alarm clocks, including ones that have vibrators or flashing lights, according to Gallaudet University and PBS. Many deaf people also use the vibrate feature on their smartphones as alarm... More »

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By law, six people can live in a three-bedroom house in Florida. This number can be more or less depending on the actual living space. More »

The Yamaha TT-R90 can reach a top speed of approximately 40 mph without any modifications. The exact speed will vary due to many other factors, such as the weight of the rider, tire inflation, terrain type and wind speed... More »

RV renovations may involve mechanical, electrical, upholstery and exterior modifications. The focus and extent of renovations depend on the condition of the RV, the make and model and any existing problems. The goals of ... More »

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