Motorcycle Safety and Awareness

Motorcycle Safety and Awareness

Motorcycle Safety Awareness and Tips Motorcycle riders continue to be overrepresented in fatal traffic crashes. In 2019, 5,014 motorcyclists died. To keep everyone safe, we urge drivers and motorcyclists to share the road and be alert, and we’re reminding...
Good Driving Habits Start Early

Good Driving Habits Start Early

Driver Safety 101 Young Drivers: It has been reported that teenage drivers have the highest crash rate of all age groups on the road today. Along with the highest crash rate, drivers in their teens to mid twenties also have the highest fatality rate. Here’s a...
What to do at the scene of an Auto Accident

What to do at the scene of an Auto Accident

If you are witness or involved in an auto accident, here are things you need to do: STOP immediately, but do not obstruct traffic. ASSIST injured. Have someone call police. Repeat after 5 minutes SECURE names, phone numbers, addresses of other drivers, witnesses,...
Winter Driving Tips – Part 4 of 4

Winter Driving Tips – Part 4 of 4

  Because of the cold, winter breakdowns can be deadly, especially when traveling in remote areas. Consider carrying extra warm clothes, blankets or a sleeping bag, matches and a two-way radio or cell phone. A Flashlight or other form of signal light is always...
Winter Driving Tips – Part 3 of 4

Winter Driving Tips – Part 3 of 4

First and foremost, if you don’t have to go out, don’t. If you must drive during a winter storm, turn on your low beams, which provide better illumination in snow than high beams. Do not use cruise control on slick, icy or wet roads. Slow down. Posted speed limits are...
Winter Driving Tips – Part 2 of 4

Winter Driving Tips – Part 2 of 4

How can I make my car ready each time I drive? Clear your entire vehicle of ice and snow before you drive. This includes all the windows, roof, hood and trunk. Debris that comes off your vehicle while driving can be hazardous to other drivers. In some states...