Truth or Dare? Texting and driving is a recent phenomenon that is largely regarded as a teenage and young adult problem; however, in reality, people of all ages are getting into accidents because they are driving distractedly. The term “texting and driving” is a specific phrase for what is actually … Continue reading
Ride-sharing services are a great way that people have used technology to make getting around even easier – but unlike taxis, which are regulated by the government, services like Uber and Lyft are often a bit murkier in terms of their policies and how you are protected. Here is what you … Continue reading
Learn more about what medical malpractice is, who is responsible, and how you can best avoid it in this medical malpractice infographic.
Whether you’re looking to save the environment or get a good workout, biking provides an excellent means of doing so. However, while biking is both healthy and environmentally friendly, it does have dangers associated with it. Learn more about bicycle accidents with this infographic.
Drunk driving continues to be the leading cause of traffic deaths. Learn more about the facts surrounding drunk driving in order to better protect yourself from becoming another statistic.
Drowsy driving is a one of the leading causes of traffic accidents. Every year it causes injuries and even deaths. We’ve put together an infographic so that you can better protect yourself from being a drowsy driver, and from being injured by one.
Although cell phone use is well known to be the leading cause of distracted driving, distracted driving is not a new phenomenon. Here’s an infographic with statistics and prevention tips in order to help educate and protect against distracted driving.
April is Distracted Driving Prevention Month. Help us spread the word and prevent accidents and injuries that result from distracted driving.
Learn the facts about pedestrian safety in order to protect yourself each day.
You might pass truck drivers each day on your commute to and from work, but are you aware of exactly how dangerous they might be on the road? We’ve put together an infographic to help inform you about the causes and the dangers of truck driver fatigue.
There are a number of different makes and styles of motorcycle helmets on the market – how do you know which one is right for you? This graphic can help you choose the motorcycle helmet that will keep you the most comfortable and safe on the roads.
Whichever helmet style you choose, you should be sure to consider the fitting. The cheek pads should touch your cheeks without pressing, and there shouldn’t be any gaps between your temples and the brow pads. You should also consider a reflective helmet if you frequently ride at night.