The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the workplace dynamic considerably. Once upon a time, it was common for employees to drive to an office, sit in their cubicles and at least try to look busy until 5 pm. Today, millions of Americans have made the adjustments to work remotely or independently....
Helping New Teen Drivers in the 2022-2023 School Year
The beginning of the school year means thousands of new teenage drivers will take the road for the first time. Data compiled by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, (CDC) indicates that more children are born from July-October whi...
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Insurance Brokers: We know that servicing your clients’ needs involves seeking to get them the best rate for their auto insurance. Referring yo...
Headrest positioning, why it matters.
The NHSTA reports that whiplash is a common result from rear end collisions. A few simple steps can help lower your risk of injury.
Your seat should be positioned at an angle of fewer than 20 degrees. Sitting in ...
How to be proactive in reducing teen driver accidents
Teens aged 16-19 have the highest risk of being involved in a motor vehicle accident. This age group is also several times more likely to be in a fatal crash than any other age group. Identifying and addressing key risk factors will help ...
Understanding who has the right of way
Safe drivers understand that driver safety involves being aware of their surroundings at all times. Understanding the “rules of the road”, including a keen awareness of who has the right of way in all situations will improve safety and reduce the risk of...