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Safety tips for pedestrians to keep in mind

Posted on March 20, 2015 in
Keeping pedestrians safe is the duty of everyone. Both pedestrians as well as drivers can do things to reduce the number of accidents that occur. Pedestrians should follow the rules of the road. This means they should opt for crossing the street at intersections or marked crosswalks. When the intersection is equipped with a...
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Keeping Georgia roads safe over St. Patrick’s Day holiday

Posted on March 13, 2015 in
Authorities in the state of Georgia recognize the role that consuming alcohol plays in celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. They also recognize the importance of keeping residents of the state safe. Accordingly, the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety partnered with TEAM Georgia—a sober driving coalition—to get the message out that drunk driving is not acceptable....
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More in depth motorcycle safety courses could improve safety

Posted on March 6, 2015 in
Let’s face it, for most people safety courses are a hoop that needs to be jumped through before being able to do an activity that one loves. In many cases a course will be dry and may only touch on the things that someone should actually be concerned about. This is for the most...
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Winter weather conditions prompt warnings from state

Posted on February 27, 2015 in
While individuals who reside in the northern part of the country get used to, and are prepared to face, winter weather conditions every year, the same cannot be said of the states located in the southern part of the nation, like Georgia. Though people from all states could find themselves involved in a weather-related crash,...
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Steps older drivers can take to be safe on Georgia roads

Posted on February 13, 2015 in
Crashes are a daily occurrence on Georgia roads. A motor vehicle accident is a possibility every time a car pulls onto the road. While drivers of all ages could be involved in such an incident, there are certain demographics for which it is more likely. Older drivers are one of those demographics.According to the...
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