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Teaching Your Family Driving Safety Using the Smith System

This year, some 40,000 people will die in car crashes, and another 40,000 will never recover from the injuries they receive in vehicle collisions. Smith System, which originated the...

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How to Prepare for Family Travel During the Holiday Season (+ Free Video)

With vaccine accessibility on the rise and pandemic restrictions loosening up in the United States, many individuals and families are doing their best to get back to normal — and that includes...

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The Cost of Pedestrian Accidents and How to Avoid Them

As summer comes to an end, the nights get colder and the days become shorter. Another change that many people don’t realize is that for pedestrians, the days also become more dangerous.

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Back to School Safety: What Drivers Need to Look Out for This Fall

Parents and teachers spend a lot of time reminding students to practice safety when walking or riding their bikes to school. However, students aren’t the only ones who need to brush up on their...

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Is Your Fleet’s Infotainment System Hurting More Than It Is Helping?

Technology has changed rapidly in recent years, and, as a result, so has driver training. Today, creating a safer driver means looking at how that technology is affecting not just your drivers,...

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8 Tips to Avoid Summertime Driving Dangers

Snow, rain and ice are common cold-weather threats to driver safety, but summer brings with it its own set of dangers. For drivers, the added traffic of summer vacationers is just part of the...

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Warning Signs of Drowsy Driving and How to Avoid It

It often feels like there is too much to do in today’s world and not enough time to get it done. So we extend our work hours and attempt to complete our tasks as soon as possible. The downside is...

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5 Driver Safety Tips for Holiday Weekends

The official kick-off to summer begins with the Memorial Day weekend. Many people hit the road to visit family and friends or simply to take a few days off to relax after a long winter. This time...

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How to Reduce Employer Liability for On-the-Job Crashes

It’s an employer’s responsibility to protect their employees, as well as the company’s bottom line. And when crashes happen on the job, it’s often the employer who is ultimately responsible.


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