It’s that time of year–high school graduations. (Special congrats to my nephew, Joshua Noyes, graduating from Clearwater Central Catholic High School!! Also, congrats to his sisters [my nieces], Taylor and Jordan, graduating from St. Cecelia School). With this special time comes special dangers of car accidents for high schoolers and those on the road with.
Driving over the river and through the woods can be fun, but take steps to avoid a car accident. An estimated 93.3 million Americans will be traveling 50 miles or more for the holidays. Because you can’t count on them to be as cautious as you, here are a few tips from the that could.
Halloween should be fun, but we cannot ignore the accidents that happen on Halloween night. According to U.S. Census data, there are about 41 million potential trick-or-treaters between the ages of 5 and 14. Add that statistic to the fact that in 2010, 41 percent of all highway fatalities across the nation on Halloween night.
Believe it or not, summer is almost over and the school year is about to begin. Some parents are jumping for joy and most kids are too happy. Sadly, too many children get injured in accidents to and from school. So, as a new year begins, here are some tips to avoid automobile or bicycle.
With witches, goblins and super-heroes invading our neighborhood streets this Friday, it is important that each of us take steps to prevent a tragic car accident this Halloween. With Halloween falling on a Friday night, more motorists are expected to be going or coming from Halloween parties at the same time treat-or-treaters take to the.