How to drive safely in winter
Feb04

How to drive safely in winter

Know what to do when you steer your car on ice and snow and it just keeps going straight? Check out these winter driving tips at the Bridgestone Winter Driving School in Steamboat Springs, CO. Bridgestone introduced a new Blizzak winter tire in 2010, the WS70, and invited journalists to check them out on the slipperiest conditions you can...

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The Dancing Traffic Light
Jan01

The Dancing Traffic Light

We believe that smart ideas can turn the city into a better place. Like a dancing traffic light that makes people wait and watch rather than walk through the red light. FOR more safety. #WhatAreYouFOR More information about smart: — http://www.smart.com...

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Why Google’s new self-driving cars could be the safest on the road
Dec30

Why Google’s new self-driving cars could be the safest on the road

Google has been showing off its work on driverless cars for a few years now, but up until this week, these vehicles always used a human driver or two for backup. But all that has changed with the introduction of Google’s new, completely autonomous vehicle. The prototype car doesn’t have a steering wheel or pedals, and passengers are buckled into what are essentially back seats. These cars aren’t street legal yet, but...

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Why Indian roads are the world’s most dangerous?
Oct10

Why Indian roads are the world’s most dangerous?

Last year, over 1,37,000 people lost their lives on Indian roads, a number that is shockingly more than the fatalities reported in all our wars put together. Averaging an accident every minute, and a fatality once every four minutes. Diageo-NDTV Rod To Safety campaign aims to reduce the number of preventable accidents by encouraging people to be more responsible behind the wheel. Take the ‘I Never Drink And Drive’ pledge...

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Safe Fall Driving – Stearns County Sheriff’s Office
Oct05

Safe Fall Driving – Stearns County Sheriff’s Office

Lt. Bob Dickhaus talks safe fall driving with a focus on increased activity of deer and other large animals. Want to subscribe to information from the Sheriff’s Office? Visit...

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Carpool Safety
Sep28

Carpool Safety

As a parent, when you drive your child or preteen you are responsible for ensuring your child is riding as safely as possible. Do you make sure all drivers transporting your children are held to the same standards? Car crashes are the number one killer of children 1 to 12 years old in the United States. When the stakes are so high it’s important to be cautious about anyone who transports your precious...

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Pedestrian Safety – Rules of the Road
Sep14

Pedestrian Safety – Rules of the Road

In this fourth installment of Rules of the Road, Captain Victor White explains the responsibility that both drivers and pedestrians have to watch out for each other. Walking or driving while distracted can cause serious injuries and many times even...

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Accident Avoidance Systems Decoded: New Car Safety Features
Sep12

Accident Avoidance Systems Decoded: New Car Safety Features

You can hardly believe that your baby is old enough to drive. It’s one thing to muster the confidence to trust them on the open road, but when it comes to trusting other drivers on the road, that’s another story. While you’ve done all you can to help your teen learn to drive defensively, there’s really only so much you can do. Luckily for parents, auto manufacturers are including more high-tech safety features...

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