The installment of the Vision Zero traffic safety plan has been an ongoing adaptation amongst major American cities. Considering the statistics, will this implementation in Dallas help alleviate traffic tragedies?Read More
New AI camera systems catch drivers texting and driving. Also, the fine is hefty enough to make speeding the least amount of your worries.Read More
School’s Out For Summer
Summer break is finally here, which means kids are ready for fun in the sun. If you are planning a family vacation, it is important to consider the potential hazards that could affect your young passengers. Whether you’re driving your family vehicle or a rental car, there are several safety measures you should address before you hit the road.
Celebrating the Memory of Our Fallen Service Members
Today we honor the lives of the men and women who served our country. As we celebrate Memorial Day with friends and family, backyard BBQ, and fun in the sun, it’s important to appreciate the American freedoms and those who died protecting them.
Safety Recall Checkup
There’s a lot to consider when trying to stay safe on the roads. Traffic patterns, hazardous weather, and dangerous roadway conditions are a few of the more commonly discussed topics. But what if your own vehicle posed the biggest threat? By using your VIN, you can check if your car or motorcycle is qualified for a safety recall.
Every year in the United States, millions of car accidents occur which result in catastrophic injuries and even death. Although these accidents may come without warning, there are several measures you can take to ensure the safety yourself and your loved ones.
The University of Buffalo conducted a study about the relation of crash-related fatalities and occupied seat location. The study found that the safest area of the car during a crash is in the back row. Passengers who are seated behind the front row are 59% to 86% safer than passengers in the front seat.
April showers bring May flowers, but springtime storms in Texas pose a very real threat. Meteorologists have predicted severe weather for the DFW this evening, which could include baseball-size hail.
Tonight’s forecast also expects damaging winds, with gusts that could reach 70 mph. The chance of tornados is also possible. Read these tips to help keep you and your loved ones safe during these dangerous storms.
Tragic news this past weekend shattered the hearts of two South Carolina parents when they received the news that all parents fear — their daughter has been found dead.
University of South Carolina student Samantha Josephson, 21, was leaving the bars Friday night in what she thought was her safe Uber ride home. About 14 hours later, her body was found more than 65 miles away in the woods of South Carolina. Surveillance cameras captured footage of Josephson getting into a black Chevy Impala. That was the last time she was seen alive. The owner of the vehicle, Nathaniel David Rowland, has been arrested and will be charged with kidnapping and murder.
If you grew up in Texas, you are probably all too familiar with the blaring sound of tornado sirens. Springtime weather changes present a very real threat for residents of Tornado Alley. Although extremely violent EF5 tornadoes are rare, it is imperative that every tornado watch and tornado warning is taken seriously. Before a tornado is headed your way, read these tips to make sure you know exactly what to do when that siren sounds to keep you and your loved ones safe.
Although texting while driving is already banned in many states, one state is considering taking this safety measure to the next level. Nevada could potentially pass a legislation which would grant law enforcement officers the ability to search through drivers’ cell phone usage history after a car crash.