The road trip car safety checklist for 2020

Here's how a road trip car safety checklist can help keep you safe while traveling in 2020. One of the affects of COVID-19 has been a big decrease in air travel (TSA reported a 96% drop in April), and what looks like a corresponding increase in car travel. As families drive to campsites and parks [...]

2020-07-21T22:39:48+00:00Safety|0 Comments

3 important tips for safe driving during the holidays

It is anticipated that more than 104 million holiday travelers will drive to their destinations this holiday season. The National Safety Council estimates that 115 people may be killed and 13,100 seriously injured on roadways between 6 p.m. on December 24, and 11:59 p.m. on December 25. Estimates for New Year's Eve and New Year's [...]

2019-12-24T00:07:43+00:00Safety|0 Comments

Being thankful for the invisible forces of safety

This morning, you got behind the wheel of your car. You checked traffic, and revised your route. You dropped the kids off at school, and navigated your way to work. This afternoon, you'll do the same thing in reverse. The things that didn't happen ... You didn't trip and fall on a broken sidewalk. Your [...]

2021-05-25T17:18:16+00:00Editorial, Safety|1 Comment

The Golden Rule for safe summer driving

It’s the start of a season of warm weather, family vacations, and outdoor adventures. But summer break has an unfortunate side affect: the extra highway traffic. Memorial Day Weekend is one of the most dangerous times to be on the road. Between 2011-2015, the average number of fatal crashes per day was 83.91. Labor Day, [...]

2015-06-02T20:18:14+00:00Safety|0 Comments

5 Tips for Safe Summer Sports

About 4 million kids will sustain an injury from sports this year. Most of these injuries are preventable. 1. Check the gear. Are the shoes fitted and comfortable? Does the activity call for shin guards, elbow pads, or a helmet? Biking, skating and skateboarding are responsible for about half of sports head injuries: Safe Kids [...]

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