Parents, the number one influence on what kind of driver your teens become

As parents, you’re the number one influence on what kind of driver your teens become. Help them develop a lifetime of good driving habits by following these simple steps: Have the Talk Driving is a serious responsibility. Discuss what it means to be a safe driver with your teen and set ground rules for when […]

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Passenger safety

Children are precious passengers. Precious cargo Children in cars should always be safely buckled-up in child car seats that are correct for each child’s age and size. We recommend that all child car seats are properly fitted and checked by an Authorised Restraint Fitter. Don’t leave children in cars Children should never be left alone […]

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Tips for Drivers, Cyclists, and Pedestrians

Tips for Drivers Drivers are reminded to turn on vehicle headlights at dusk and be vigilant in looking out for cyclists and pedestrians. Additionally, drivers should: Stop for pedestrians at crosswalks. Slow down and obey the posted speed limit. Yield to pedestrians and cyclists when turning. Look before opening your door. Be careful when passing […]

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Parents Are the Key to Safe Teen Drivers

Car crashes—the #1 killer of teens—take about 2,800 young lives every year. As a parent, you should know that the main cause of teen crashes is driver inexperience. All new drivers—even straight-A students and “good kids”—are likelier than experienced drivers to be involved in a fatal crash. It’s a fact. The good news is that […]

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Distracted driving is a dangerous epidemic on America’s roadways.

In 2012 alone, 3,328 were killed in distracted driving crashes. The U.S. Department of Transportation is leading the effort to stop texting and cell phone use behind the wheel. Since 2009, we have held two national distracted driving summits, banned texting and cell phone use for commercial drivers, encouraged states to adopt tough laws, and […]

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Asking for Driving Directions or Using a GPS?

Asking for Driving Directions or Using a GPS? It’s sickening to be misplaced in packed city and locating yourself by asking people for directions. This is next to impracticable when you’re misplaced in a metropolitan city and have no contemplation how to get there; nevertheless you have an astonishing smart phone in your pouch through […]

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Texting and Driving

Texting and Driving Commercial (on YouTube) Not many years ago, accidents and their resulting deaths and injuries prompted action to reduce the incidence of drunk driving in this country. The electronic revolution and some of the gadgets spawned by it has brought about a new threat to traffic safety, which has come to be known […]

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Children in the car

Kids are at an increased risk of suffering injury when involved in a vehicle accident. Parents and guardians need to understand this and go out of their way to protect them. This is not as simple as making them use the seat belt or securing them in a car seat.They must do more if they […]

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Safe is the new Cool

How many times have you heard of people being killed or injured in automobile accidents? Alcohol, speed and talking on the phone are the reasons that lead to accidents; nevertheless the main reason is the driving principles of the driver. As a person you take your principles from your family, as a professional in the […]

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