Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Sams, Larkin, Huff & Balli, LLP
1 follower
1 follower
About
Posts

Post has attachment
How to drive safely in school zones
Take a look at this article about school zone safety for drivers. With schools open again, drivers need to be particularly careful when driving in school zones. Children can be unpredictable, which is why motorists should slow down and reduce distractions. Parents should also talk to their teenagers about safe driving, especially given that young drivers are at an increased risk of dying in a car accident.

Post has attachment
5 preparations to make before taking a long drive
Check out this article to find out what you should do before taking a long road trip. Driving under the wrong conditions can lead to dangers for you, your passengers and others on the road. Learn how planning your route, getting rest, packing entertainment, bringing along an emergency kit and checking over the vehicle before your trip could help you safely traverse the open highways.

Post has attachment
Study finds drowsy driving is dangerous
Take a look at this article about drowsy driving. Read more to learn about the findings of a study, which determined overly tired drivers pose a serious crash risk. Researchers from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety conducted a study to understand the effect that drowsy drivers have on the road. Based on their findings, they estimate that as many as 328,000 auto accidents across the U.S. each year involve fatigued motorists. As a result of such collisions, the drowsy drivers, their passengers or others may sustain serious injuries or be killed.

Post has attachment
Technology sought after to improve road safety around semis
Read this article which looks at how technology is playing a role in improving road safety. Learn how the federal government has issued a requirement for heavy trucks and buses to install stability systems and about a new technology that enables tractor trailers to talk with one another. Thousands of people are killed each year in truck accidents and many more are seriously injured.

Post has attachment
TEXTING IS NOT THE ONLY FORM OF DANGEROUS DRIVER DISTRACTION
Many drivers in Georgia are injured or killed in distracted driving-related car accidents every day. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, car accidents involving a distracted driver kill over nine people and injure more than 1,153 people on a daily basis. Although texting and driving contributes to many of these injuries and fatalities, there are other forms of distraction that also endanger the lives of drivers, passengers and pedestrians.
Wait while more posts are being loaded