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  • How to Avoid a Car Crash During the Thanksgiving Holiday

    Posted By Schneider Overett || 21-Nov-2015

    During the week of Thanksgiving, you may notice that streets, highways, and freeways become severely congested. Of course, this is due to the large amount of people traveling to and from their families’ homes. Unfortunately, because of the high volume of traffic during this time, many car accidents occur. In fact, in 2012, 764 deadly car accidents occurred during Thanksgiving weekend ...
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  • Drowsy Driving Causes 100,000+ Accidents Annually

    Posted By Schneider Overett || 20-Nov-2015

    Did you know that drowsy driving can be just as dangerous as drunk driving? A recent study indicates that it is! Australian researchers have found that driving after being awake for more than 24 hours is equivalent to a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of.10%, which exceeds that is considered legally drunk. Fatigued drivers are responsible for more than 100,000 accidents every year in the United ...
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  • 10 Ways to Avoid a Fire During Your Thanksgiving Celebration

    Posted By Schneider Overett || 4-Nov-2015

    Unfortunately, according to the United Sates Fire Administration, over 4,000 fires occur every year on Thanksgiving Day. Thanksgiving can bring fun, festivities, and celebrations. While some choose to have small dinners, others choose to spend the holiday visiting with family and close friends over extravagant family-get-togethers and large feasts. Of course, with so much cooking and decorating ...
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  • Car Crashes Leading Cause of Death Among U.S. Teens

    Posted By Schneider Overett || 31-Aug-2015

    Auto accidents are the leading cause of death for teens in the U.S. Approximately 2,650 teens aged 16-19 were killed in car accidents in 2011, and another 292,000 suffered injuries. On average, this means that seven teens are killed in car crashes every day. While young people between the ages of 15 and 24 make up only 14 percent of the population, they are responsible for nearly 30 percent of all ...
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  • Eating While Driving: A Major Behind-the-Wheel Distraction

    Posted By Schneider Overett || 26-Aug-2015

    You are probably familiar with the phrase “Don’t drink and drive,” but have you ever considered the danger of eating and driving? Most people who consider themselves safe drivers have undoubtedly made the decision to eat in the driver’s seat at least once. As many people should already know, our number one concern while driving should be the road in front of us, but eating ...
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