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Pedestrian Crossing Signs are critical for both Pedestrian and Motorist Safety
Pedestrian Crossing Signs are critical for both Pedestrian and Motorist Safety

Pedestrians can be injured in public crosswalks and temporary crosswalk situations during construction. This is especially true if the recommended safety zone is not clearly marked or visible. In turn, a motorist may be placed in a compromised situation if pedestrian crossing signage is not properly installed.

Hands Free Devices May Not Be Enough To Avoid Distracted Driving
Hands Free Devices May Not Be Enough To Avoid Distracted Driving

Common sense must prevail over our knee-jerk reaction to respond to a text, email or phone call from work.

We are in an era where we seem to be constantly connected to our work through our phone and other mobile devices. Companies may even pay for all or part of the expense of our communications services. In turn, when a call or message comes into us, we feel some obligation to answer it, anywhere and everywhere. This can be a horrible decision.

ST Patrick's Day is a Time For Celebration and Traffic Awareness
ST Patrick's Day is a Time For Celebration and Traffic Awareness

St Patrick's Day is Friday, March 17, 2017. That will bring two factors together that causes a higher level of concern for traffic related injuries. The two factors are road construction together with a day of celebration.

A Curb Stop Can Reduce Risk During The Last Few Feet Of Your Commute
A Curb Stop Can Reduce Risk During The Last Few Feet Of Your Commute

Navigating our car the last few feet, as we arrive at our destination, can be challenging. These last few moments can all too often end disastrously.

Some say this is because we lose focus on the details of our driving as we come to the end of our drive. We may subconsciously feel we have completed...