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From our family to yours.....Happy Holidays!
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This #TBT we funnel our way back to 1941 when Charles Scanlon, an employee of the Los Angeles Streets Department searches for a way to keep vehicles away from wet street paint. He sews pieces of old tire skins together and makes the first road cone! Today, millions of road cones are used for traffic control, parking, and driver training and creative holiday decorations!
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Today's funny bumper sticker: "I’m having an out-of-money experience." :-)
Have a safe Monday!
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SMILE!....It's FRIDAY!!! :-)
Have a safe and fun weekend!
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We salute the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this #TBT. It was 1909 when workers placed the final brick of the famous racetrack. Did you know, it took 3.2 million 10-pound bricks to pave “The Brickyard”? Since then, most of that brick has been buried under asphalt, but one yard remains exposed at the start-finish line. Kissing those bricks after a successful race remains a tradition among Indy drivers.
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Did you know...94% of all traffic crashes are caused by driver error?
#BuckleUp #SlowDown #DitchTheDistractions #DesignatedDriver
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Today's funny bumper sticker: "I'm not old, I just need some WD-40." :-)
Have a safe Monday!
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SMILE!....It's FRIDAY!!! :-)
Have a safe and fun weekend!
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Have you ever heard of 'buttons', or 'turtles' or 'Bott's Dots'? This #TBT, we celebrate the Cat's-Eye road marker! In 1925, Percy Shaw received a British patent for "Improvements Relating to Blocks for Road Surface Marking." Aptly named Cat's-Eye for the way they glow in the dark, they not only help drivers see the lanes of the road better at night, but since they're raised they also alert a driver that has strayed from their lane, you know, to help them avoid a 'cats'astrophe!
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