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Impact of a Crash is Like…

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Did you wear your seat belt when you drove to work today? If you had passengers, did they all buckle up? Watch this 60-second video about the impact during a…

Know the Odds of Passenger Restraints…

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An estimated 9% of Texans are not buckling up, and nearly 1,000 Texans killed in car crashes were known to not be properly restrained in 2014 (National Highway Traffic Safety…

Backing Up Can Bust You Up

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Driving a car backwards is a practiced skill! According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, from 2008 to 2011, an average of 41% of non-occupant traffic injuries were caused…

Out of the Way of Trains

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One modern train engineer recently stated, “There are two types of train engineers—those who have hit someone on the tracks—and those who will.” Why would he say that? Think about…

Painkillers on the Job

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Enough prescription painkillers were provided in 2010 to medicate every American around the clock for an entire month. CONCLUSION: This means that at any given time, many employees may be…

The Two Faces of Prescription Drugs

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Prescription medications are helpful in the right doses, at the right time, and when the user is aware of all potential side effects. What’s the other side of prescription medication?…

How Much is Too Much?

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How much alcohol is too much? ANSWER There is no single answer to this question that applies to everyone. Your gender, body weight, the number and types of drinks you’ve…

Drowsy Driving Accidents

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Where do the majority of drowsy-driving crashes occur? On dark rural highways with little to no street lighting. On highways and major roadways with speed limits of 55 to 65 mph.…

Happy Hour

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Happy Hour should be just that—happy. But not if you drive afterwards. (Unless you have an extra $17,000 sitting in your bank account.) How much does it cost you if…