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Prevent distraction for the diver. Speak up if the driver is doing something dangerous. Say no to any behavior that draws your driver’s attention away from the road. Share this free infographic: Co-Pilot Rights
Collision Info Card
What to do after a crash? Information on this card will help your employees manage a difficult situation. Step-by-step instructions will guide them as they collect their wits and the proper information to turn over to authorities and insurance agents. Get it here: Texas Collision Info Card.
Driving While Intoxicated Info Card
How much is too much? Impairment begins with the first drink. Your gender, body weight, the number of drinks you’ve consumed and the amount of food you’ve eaten affect your body’s ability to handle alcohol. Share this free resource: Texas Driving While Intoxicated Info Card.
These colorful, engaging handouts can be used for employee training and safety talks.
- Recognize Those Dashboard Warning Symbols?
- Crashes Can Wreck Your Business
- Asleep at the Wheel
- Impaired Drivers Are Dangerous Drivers
- Mission Zero: Safe Driving in the Rain
You do not have to serve alcohol at company parties or in-home events to have fun. You can serve mocktails instead. Get recipes to make mocktails:
- Non-alcoholic Christmas Mimosa
- Non-alcoholic White Christmas Margarita
- Non-alcoholic Sangria
- Non-alcoholic Pomegranate Spritzer
- Spikeless punch and mocktail recipes
Fatal Impaired Driving Crashes
What is an impaired driving crash? Can you name the five counties with the highest number of fatal impaired driving crashes in Texas? Do you know the defining characteristics of impaired drivers in fatal crashes? Learn/share: A Snapshot of Fatal Impaired Driving Crashes in Texas.
What You Can Expect from Us
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