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Summer Driving Tips With more drivers, bicycles, motorcycles, and pedestrians on the road, summer can be a dangerous time to drive.  Make this summer be a fun time for you, your family and friends, not a dangerous one.  Before you hit the road, follow this Safety Driving Tips from the NHTSA:   GET YOUR CAR…

Learn how to stay out of a trucker’s blind spots In this driver training video, Utah DOT  highlights the importance of recognizing where the blind spots are around large trucks and buses and how to avoid driving in them. Due to their size and height, semi trucks and buses have several large blind spots where a car…

Choose the best and safest vehicle for your teen Teenage drivers have the highest risk of crashing, but there are ways parents can help reduce the risks by being a role model, getting involved with their kids in the practice of essential driving skills, and talking with them about the many dangers of driving. “Choosing…

Distracted Driving The term“Distracted Driving” is an umbrella under which many activities fall–driving while texting, eating, grooming or performing other activities and talking on a cell phone, for example. According to NHTSA “Texting is the most alarming distraction. Sending or reading a text takes your eyes off the road for 5 seconds. At 55 mph, that’s…

2016, one of the deadliest on the USA roads According to the National Safety Council motor vehicle fatality estimates, 20016 may have been the deadliest year on the USA roads since 2007.  Estimated cost to society was $432.5 billion, including wage and productivity losses, medical and administrative expenses, employer costs and property damage. As a…

IIHS recognizes semitrailers with good underride guards After six years of research and testing multiple trailers from eight of the largest trailer manufacturers in North America, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety awarded five of these a new safety ranking recognizing underride guards designed to prevent injury and death caused by rear-end passenger car collisions with semitrailers. According to IIHS, an “underride…

The last studio released from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found that 88 percent of young millennials admit to engaging at least one risk behavior while driving in the past month. The dangerous behaviors which increase crash risk, include texting while driving, red-light running, and speeding. The studio reveals that compared to all drivers, teenage…

Driving in dense fog can be dangerous. Here is how to drive in dense fog by Ford Extreme Weather Driving Tips: Slow down, with visibility reduced it’s important to allow for increased reaction times and not rush. Keep a larger distance between yourself and other motorists especially throat is wet you may be tempted to drive…

Falls at construction sites happen in a split second while workers are on roofs, scaffolds, ladders, bridges, and other work surfaces. These falls can lead to workers’deaths, but these deaths can be prevented if OSHA’s fall protection standards are followed. The prevention video shows what employers must do so that the work can be done…

New Railroad Crossing Safety Ad Campaign The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT)  launched the “Stop! Trains Can’t” campaign aimed at young male motorists to make the right choice at railroad crossings. The campaign is the latest in a two-year effort by DOT to reduce accidents, and ultimately fatalities, at railroad crossings around the country. The…

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