• Staying Safe when Driving in Fog

    Staying Safe when Driving in Fog

    Driving in fog is more dangerous than you think. Each year, the National Weather Service estimates there are 511 deaths caused by fog each year. That’s 25% higher than the rate of winter weather-related casualties. Knowing how to deal with foggy driving and when to avoid it could keep you from being involved in one

  • Staying Safe When You Drive This Spring

    Staying Safe When You Drive This Spring

    Winter driving may be coming to an end, but the spring thaw brings new challenges to driving. These tips will help you avoid collisions caused by road work, rain, deer, other drivers, and your own medication. Road Work Road work starts back up in the spring, leading to delays and increased driving dangers for both

  • How to Keep from Falling Asleep at the Wheel

    How to Keep from Falling Asleep at the Wheel

    While most drivers would never dream of driving drunk, over half of us have driven drowsy in the past year. The NHTSA estimates at least 100,000 single crashes per year are caused by drowsy driving. Worse still, a sleeping driver isn’t going to brake or steer away from an obstacle, increasing the impact and danger

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