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The Move Over Law – Why Don’t People Know About It?

Every year, first responders are killed or injured while providing emergency services on the side of the nation’s roadways. On average, one tow truck driver is killed every six days, one law enforcement officer is killed every month, and five firefighters die annually after being struck by passing vehicles. In 2012, Hawaii was the 50th … Read More »

What You May Be Missing at Night

Oh no! Red and blue flashing lights in the rear-view mirror. What could you have possibly done wrong? You just hopped in the car for a quick trip to the store. You’re driving the speed limit, not blasting your music, using your blinkers. Did you remember to fasten your seat belt? No. Did you know … Read More »

One Family’s Story: The Price of Distracted Driving

We know distracted driving is extraordinarily dangerous. Now what are we going to do about it? Our son Brian graduated from college in May 2009 with a degree in economics. He moved back to Nashville and started looking for a job, which he fortunately found. He was living at home with us while he saved … Read More »

Seasonal Driving Safety Tips

Bus Stop/School Zone Driving Safety Tips At a glance: Twice a day during the school year, sidewalks fill with kids who walk or bicycle to school, or ride the bus. Follow these tips to keep them safe — especially between 3 and 4 p.m., when the most severe school-age pedestrian injuries happen. Look both ways … Read More »

Vehicle Skid Avoidance

A driver needs to be constantly aware of changing road conditions and adjust his/her driving as necessary to avoid skidding. A skid happens when the tires lose their grip on the road, which can be caused one of four ways: Driving too fast for road conditions. Braking too hard and locking the wheels. Turning the … Read More »

Tip of the Month

Highway Work Zones: Safety Tip

Highway Work Zones: Safety Tip

This “One Second Advantage™” Safety Tip will provide you with several useful solutions to reduce the risk of a crash when passing through a work zone. Using these methods can be the difference between arriving at your destination safely or being involved in a collision.

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