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Category: Safety Tips

Fall Safety and Security Tips to Implement in Your Business

Every season of the year poses safety and security challenges. In the fall, the days grow shorter and the nights grow longer, providing greater opportunity for thieves and vandals. Falling leaves can make walkways slippery, increasing accident risks. The following tips can help you reduce the risks for your business during the autumn months.  Install Proper Lighting We have fewer hours of daylight in the...

Safety Tips to Remember During Motorsports Awareness Month

Originally, motorsports in America were mainly about motocross, NASCAR, or drag racing. Today, they often involve motorcycles or all-terrain vehicles (ATVs).  August is Motorsports Awareness month in the U.S. This is a time for promoting the enjoyment of motorsports and for educating people regarding safety. It is also an excellent time of year for motorcycle road trips or exploring trails on ATVs. These common-sense safety...

New Jetski? Know The Rules of The Water Before You Ride!

Now that you finally own your own jetski or PWC (Personal Water Craft), there is so much that you need to know before you get in the water to ride. It’s just like driving a vehicle on the road because there are rules and signs that need to be obeyed, even in the water.  However, operating a PWC is different from driving a car or...

Teen Driving: Can Your Teen Handle The Winter?

Old Man Winter is back! That means we have at least four months of hazardous weather of snow, sleet and rain. Those conditions can make driving for anyone a potentially dangerous event, but most especially for the inexperienced teenage driver. It is common knowledge that auto insurance rates are much greater for drivers under 25 years old and it’s mostly due to the statistics that...

Have A Teenage Driver? Know The Laws Of Your State And Talk About Them Together

Getting a license is a big and exciting deal in your teen’s life, so share in the experience by acknowledging the accomplishment and be supportive of your teen’s growing independence. However, make certain that you discuss the responsibility that comes along with this achievement as well. Here are some key points to think about: Start Sooner Than Later – Start to initiate the driving dialogue...