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Distracted Driving

Distracted Driving

New research suggests that distraction is present in 52% of normal day-to-day driving. Any non-driving activity that you engage in can be potentially distracting and result in a motor vehicle accident. Check out this SafetyConnection to learn about the different types of distracted driving, and what you can do to prevent it.

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Driving Safely

Driving Safely

Many of us get in the car and head to our destination at speeds in excess of 70 miles per hour, with our minds more focused on the upcoming activities of the day than the road ahead. The most recent statistic report that for every one million mile traveled, 1.49 people are killed. How can you become a defensive, safe driver?

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Defensive Driving

Defensive Driving

Driving to save lives, time and money in spite of the conditions around you and the actions of others is Defensive Driving. Most driving accidents are collisions. A collision occurs when the driver fails to do everything reasonable to avoid it. Check out this SafetyConnection for tips on how to assess your safe driving habits.

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