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Driving

Teen Drivers

Nearly 4000 drivers nationwide between the ages of 15 and 20 are killed in traffic crashes every year, the leading cause of death for this age group.

Car Safety Seats for Infants and Small Children

Most parents and caretakers know the importance of car seats and most drivers make sure that all children are properly restrained. 

Driving During the Holidays

It is no coincidence that December is National Drunk and Drugged Driving (3D) Prevention Month. The holiday season between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day is one of the nation’s busiest and most dangerous times to drive.

Roadside Emergencies

While many car emergencies cannot be predicted or anticipated, you can help minimize the potential for problems by making sure that you adhere to a regular maintenance schedule for your car and never delay attending to a known or suspected problem.

Move Aside for Emergency Vehicles

Every year in the United States there are nearly 16,000 accidents involving fire rescue vehicles responding to emergencies.  Not only do these accidents cause many severe and sometimes even fatal injuries to both firefighters and civilians, they also result in significant delays putting rescuers at the original emergency scene.

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