Driver Safety

Reduce Cell Phone Use While Driving

Reduce Cell Phone Use While Driving

Cell phones have become our go-to device while in the car. We use them to get directions, play audio, connect with others and get information. They can also be your most important device in an emergency, too. However, using a cell phone while driving takes your eyes off the road. While you may not be able to eliminate cell phone usage entirely, you want to minimize any unnecessary usage and use it as safely as possible.

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Driving Safely as You Age

Driving Safely as You Age

One of the things that helps you retain a feeling of independence as you age is the ability to drive a car. However, driving can be challenging for older adults. You may notice physical changes that may make doing certain actions harder, your mental reactions a little slower or loss of vision or hearing.

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Tips to Help You Avoid a Car Accident

Tips to Help You Avoid a Car Accident

We always talk about what happens once you get in an accident. Here are some driving tips to help you drive more defensively and keep you and your passengers a little safer while on the road.

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Reckless Driving Behaviors Cause Accidents

Reckless Driving Behaviors Cause Accidents

When we get behind the wheel of a motor vehicle, we are trusting that other drivers will drive in a safe manner, following the rules of the road, staying alert, and not engaging in reckless driving behaviors. But that is not always the case.

Accidents happen for many reasons, one of which is reckless driving. This refers to a wanton disregard for others’ safety and the rules of the road – these drivers understand the risks of their behaviors but continue to operate a vehicle in a dangerous manner.

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Can You Prove Distracted Driving Caused an Accident?

Can You Prove Distracted Driving Caused an Accident?

When we talk about distracted driving, most will think of using a mobile device – talking, texting, emailing – but there are many activities that can distract a driver and lead to a serious accident.

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Dangers of Fatigued Driving

Dangers of Fatigued Driving

  • 100,000 police reported crashes and over 1,500 deaths are the result of drowsy driving each year. (NHTSA)
  • More than 40% of drivers admitted they have fallen asleep behind the wheel. (AAA)
  • In 2017, 50,000 people were injured in drowsy driving accidents and 795 of those were killed because of drowsy driving. (NHTSA)

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Road Rage Impairs Driver’s Ability to Focus on Safe Driving

Road Rage Impairs Driver’s Ability to Focus on Safe Driving

Have you ever been driving on a two-lane road, come up behind a car that is going at a slow speed and you are not able to pass? Maybe someone is driving erratically or an accident on the road has caused you unavoidable delays. These can be maddening situations. You might yell, honk the horn, or beat on the steering wheel to vent. Others may escalate to road rage.

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Be a Responsible Driver This Holiday Season.

Be a Responsible Driver This Holiday Season.

December is a festive time with many holidays where people engage in drinking alcohol.  It makes it a good time for alcohol awareness campaigns such as “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over,” “Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving,” and National Impaired Driving Prevention Month.

No matter the name of the campaign, the bottom line is that drinking alcohol and driving do not mix. Alcohol use impairs judgment, delays reaction times, and can result in deadly consequences.

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Two Winter Driving Hazards to Watch Out For

Two Winter Driving Hazards to Watch Out For

Roughly, ¼ of auto accidents are caused by adverse weather.

The USDOT Federal Highway Administration data lists an average of 1,836 deaths and 136,309 injuries per year due to snowy and icy roads. These figures represent the 10 year average between 2005 and 2014.

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Texting and Driving Statistics Show Distracted Driving Risks

Texting and Driving Statistics Show Distracted Driving Risks

Smartphones allow us to be connected all the time no matter where we are, including behind the wheel of a vehicle. This means that far too many drivers have the potential of driving distracted, and the statistics paint an alarming picture, too, with cell phone usage accounting for 14% of fatal driver distracted crashes in 2017.

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