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School Bus Safety Week

Every third week of October, the National Association for Pupil Transportation (NAPT) hosts National School Bus Safety Week. The educational event helps parents, students, teachers, school administrators, motorists, and bus drivers emphasize the importance of school bus safety. In 2020, School Bus Safety Week takes place October on 19-23 and the theme is “Red Lights Mean STOP!” Under Section […]

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How To Maintain and Repair Your Car During COVID-19

While you’re working from home and adhering to Michigan’s stay-at-home order, you may find yourself driving less – or not at all. Nevertheless, your car is designed to be driven and leaving it parked for too long could cause a myriad of problems. A 20-minute drive every week or 2 can prevent the majority of […]

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What You Need to Know to Protect Your Car in Extreme Cold

The Polar Vortex 2019 is here in Michigan and it is not treading lightly. The arctic chill is triggering cold snaps and persistent frosts not seen in the region since 1994. If you have to drive in this week’s frigid temperatures, we urge you to take a few steps to prepare your vehicle for the cold. […]

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5 Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween is the best night of the year for costume, candy, and horror enthusiasts. Children and adults of all ages spend weeks preparing their movie marathons, spooky parties, and trick-or-treating adventures. However, Halloween isn’t all tricks, treats, and fun. In fact, countless people end up in emergency rooms all throughout the month of October due […]

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Dark Lights Are Now 4-Way Stops According to New Michigan Law

Lawmakers in Michigan recently passed a bill that will affect drivers when they are approaching an intersection that doesn’t have power. Under this new bill, traffic signals that have lost power should now be treated as a four-way stop by drivers. Lt. Governor Brian Calley signed Senate Bill 521, which will require drivers to treat […]

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7 Bicycle Safety Tips Everyone Should Know

Bicyclist Safety Tips Being a cyclist can be dangerous. With potential dangers like careless drivers, weather hazards, poorly maintained roads, and other threats, it is important that all bicyclists use caution to avoid unnecessary accidents. While cars tend to be the most prominent threat to cyclists by the roadside, there are other dangers at large. […]

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Driving Tips That Will Keep You Safe This Winter

Now that cold weather and snow storms are sweeping across the country, you should ask yourself: Am I prepared to drive in chilly, winter conditions? During the winter, you should only drive when it is necessary. If you find that you need to drive during the winter, do so during the day and stay on […]

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Motorcycle Safety Tips

Motorcycles lack the outer protection other vehicles have, which can make them far deadlier in a crash. In fact, roughly 80% of all motorcycle accidents cause either death or an injury, whereas only 20% of car crashes cause such harm. In order to avoid such dangerous accidents, make sure you are doing what you can […]

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Car Accidents: Top Mistakes New Drivers Make

Handing over the keys to a newly licensed driver can be a nerve-wracking experience – and for good reason. Statistics show that car accidents are a leading cause of preventable injuries among young Americans. While this may be due in part to teens and young adults being more inclined to take risks, a great deal of it […]

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