distracted driving Tag

The most frequent distracted drivers are from ages 35-39 and 65+ The average text takes 4 seconds, in that amount of time at 45 mph you have covered 264 feet!   [caption id="attachment_17516" align="alignnone" width="300"] Especially be sure and pay close attention at intersections.[/caption] A recent study by the VA Tech Transportation Institute shows that 80 percent of all crashes and 65 percent of all near-crashes are the result of driver inattention. The top five driver distractions last year were, in order: Drivers not having their eyes on the road Fatigue Looking at a roadside incident Cell phone use Passenger distractions There are 3 basic types...

IIHS test passenger side safety!   Wait for it! https://youtu.be/EyTG3C5qFCU The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety is now testing passenger side safety in crashes.  The institute is located in Virginia and has played a major role in improving safety in our automobiles.  From 2009-2014, there were nine (9) vehicles that had no fatalities per million cars on the road. The IIHS has does great work in encouraging automobile manufactures to beef up their vehicles to protect the passengers.  At the IIHS they test new safety devices, side  collision safety, driver side front end collision safety, roll over top crush safety, among many other things.  They...

What techniques can we learn to avoid collisions? A Safe Way Driving Academy, LLC   To Consider Is it possible to put space between you and other cars in all situations? What type of thought process and vehicle placement is required to avoid collisions? How does knowing the traffic patterns, understanding the signs, road markings, and being courteous to others on the road help to prevent collisions? What is the reason for most “accidents”? Can you have a crash if two people or objects are NOT occupying the same space at the same time? How can you prevent this? This is the subject of...

INSURANCE DISCOUNTS FOR DRIVER IMPROVEMENT CLINIC! [caption id="attachment_16970" align="alignnone" width="300"] Learn how to drive in inclement weather in our driver improvement clinic![/caption] INSURANCE DISCOUNTS FOR DRIVER IMPROVEMENT CLINIC! To consider   Þ  At 45 mph you cover 66 feet in one second.  Þ The average person takes 1 ½ seconds to begin to brake. This reaction time can increase with age. Þ It take  3 seconds to be in a crash, beginning to end. Þ It takes the average car 84 feet to come to a stop at 20 mph, can you react in time to a child running out in your neighborhood. Þ An airbag deploys at 1/25...

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