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posted by: safetyguy
Last Updated: 07 November 2019

Fall means darkness, leaves, sun glare, rain, fog and deer. We mean that fall brings unique hazards to roads such as falling leaves on the road, deer are more active, and a darker commute to and from work and school. Here is a reminder of what makes fall driving hazardous and what you can do to prevent crashes.

Read More: Fall Driving Hazards
Tires
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posted by: safetyguy
Last Updated: 24 October 2019

As discussed on the show, tire safety, tire care, tire maintenance are critcal for driving.  Did You Know:

  • 11,000 tire-related crashes happen each year in the U.S.
  • 738 people died in 2017 in tire-related crashes in the U.S.
  • 1 in 4 cars have at least one tire that is significantly underinflated.
  • Tires lose about 1 psi (pound per square inch) of pressure each month.
  • Keeping your tires properly inflated can save you up to $0.11/gallon.
Read More: Check Your Tires!
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posted by: safetyguy
Last Updated: 01 October 2019
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