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Risky Business

In a AAA study, 87% of drivers indicated they have engaged in at least one risky behavior while behind the wheel within the last month.  When an employee misses work because of a crash, employer’s experience a decline in productivity. Crashes, whether they occur on or off the job, increase costs for everything from insurance premiums to fringe benefits.

Traffic safety can help you drive change and reduce incidents involving risky behaviors such as distracted, drunk and drowsy driving.  Risky driving behaviors do impact your bottom line.  Visit our website to learn more.

— Lisa Robinson is a senior program manager with the National Safety Council

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