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What Should Drivers Know About Daylight Saving Time?

There are a variety of factors that can impact driving safety and create additional hazards. Some of the common ones are winter weather, drunk driving, and distracted driving. However, when daylight saving time (DST) begins, there are some increased risks for drivers and pedestrians that are important to know about. DST is intended to maximize the usable hours of sunlight by moving the clock ahead an hour during spring when the sun sets later in the evening. For example, a[…] Read More

Promote Safety During National Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month

December presents plenty of opportunities to celebrate. It also presents a chance for everyone to observe National Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month. Around the holidays, drunk driving rates increase. Driving under the influence (DUI) can lead to a fatal car accident or catastrophic injuries. Since the early 1980s, individuals and families have observed National Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month. It is important to consider different ways to help people remember that impaired driving is a serious violation. In[…] Read More

Why is September One of the Most Dangerous Months to Drive?

September is a dangerous month for motorists. In the United States, approximately 1.15 fatal crashes occur every 100 million vehicle miles traveled. Although many families with children plan road trips during the summer months, according to American Automobile Association (AAA), about 62 percent of people plan road trips during the fall months. Labor Day Contributes to the Number of Accidents in September Another factor as to why September is a dangerous month to travel is because Labor Day weekend falls[…] Read More