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Drive Safe Alabama
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Alabama has a goal Toward Zero Deaths over a 25–year period. It all starts with you!
Alabama has a goal Toward Zero Deaths over a 25–year period. It all starts with you!

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In 2015, there were 4,976 motorcyclists killed in motor vehicle traffic crashes. If you plan to drink, designate a sober driver. Remember: Ride Sober or Get Pulled Over.
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True or False? When parking on a hill you should pull the hand brake and point your wheels away from the curb when facing uphill and toward the curb when facing downhill.
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School is back in session! Watch out for students crossing the road and reduced speed limits near schools. #DriveSafeAL
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Nearly 100 pedestrians were killed by vehicles in 2015. Stay focused on the road, even in low speed zones! #DriveSafeAL
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Checking your phone while driving may only take a second, but the numbers are not in your favor. Put the phone away when you drive, period. #DriveSafeAL
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While 10% of all distracted driving crashes involve drivers under the age of 20, it’s EVERYONE’s responsibility to put their devices down and focus on the road!
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SAME RULES OF THE ROAD APPLY. Remember that bicyclists have the same rights as people behind the wheel. #DriveSafeAL
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Fatal crashes increased 7% over the previous year. Make sure this number gets smaller by practicing safe driving habits when you are behind the wheel! #DriveSafeAL
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Speeding can turn a minor mishap into a fatal incident – follow the speed limit! Stats reveal that speeding is the top contributing factor in fatal crashes. #DriveSafeAL
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True or false? Females make up the larger percentage of drivers involved in fatal crashes. Answer in the comments below.
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