Don’t Become a New Year’s Eve Drunk Driving Statistic

Don’t Become a New Year’s Eve Drunk Driving Statistic

New Year’s Eve: The Most Dangerous Night on U.S. Roads It’s almost New Year’s Eve! As you’re planning your celebration, take into consideration that between 6 p.m. on December 31 and 6 a.m. on January 1 are the most dangerous hours of the year to drive or ride in a car on our nation’s roadways. […]

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Drive Sober to Arrive Alive: How Alcohol Impacts Driving Ability

Drive Sober to Arrive Alive: How Alcohol Impacts Driving Ability

It’s the holiday season: Parties! Lights! Presents! And often, holiday events include a bevy of alcoholic beverages to accompany the cookies, pies and fruitcakes on the buffet. If you do enjoy a glass of wine, a beer or a mixed drink, don’t get behind the wheel of your car or truck. Maybe you didn’t realize […]

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5 Reasons to Avoid Recorded Statements with Insurance Adjusters

5 Reasons to Avoid Recorded Statements with Insurance Adjusters

If you’ve been injured in a car accident, tractor trailer accident or drunk driver accident, it can be a terrible ordeal. You probably just want to put it all behind you and move forward. However, if the responsible party’s insurance company calls to ask for a recorded statement from you, it might seem like a […]

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Drowsy Driving Prevention Week: Safety Is Not An Accident

Drowsy Driving Prevention Week: Safety Is Not An Accident

November 6-10, 2017 is Drowsy Driving Prevention Week™. This nationwide campaign is an effort to educate the public―and specifically, young drivers who are at high risk for this condition―about the dangers of driving while sleepy. It couldn’t come at a better time: it’s the week after Daylight Savings Time when we’re often aware of our […]

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Hidden Danger: Driving After Daylight Savings Time

Hidden Danger: Driving After Daylight Savings Time

Twice each year – at 2 a.m. on the second Sundays of March and November― 48 of the 50 United States participate in a time-shifting phenomenon known as Daylight Savings Time (DST). The result is that when you awaken on Sunday morning, November 5, we will have set our clocks back by an hour to […]

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