My thoughts on a recent article published by the Springfield News Leader discussing front-end crash prevention technology on automobiles.
Last night we lost another fine member of our community, and for no good reason. Was the trucker fatigued? Was the trucker distracted?
I was honored to be invited by Senator Jill Schupp to testify at the Transportation, Infrastructure and Public Safety Committee in favor of her SB821 next week, but I cannot make it due to other commitments at work. About the Bill: Applies ban on using cell phones related to text messaging while driving to all drivers.
Missouri needs to stricken its laws on cellphone and texting while driving.
Parents set the example for their teenagers when behind the wheel. Are you setting the right example?
Tips to help keep your teenage drivers safe on Missouri’s roadways.
Understand the dangers of hands-free technology in today’s vehicles and what you can do to help stay safe.
Learn how parents are part of the distracted teen driving problem.
Distracted Driving Quickly Becoming Local Issue by: David W. Ransin Recently, the Missouri Highway Patrol released their August 2013 STARS crash report. In this report, we will examine “Probable Contributing Circumstance” for accidents that occurred inside the Springfield, Missouri area. In total, there were 195 accidents that led to personal injury, and 456 reported accidents…