Yearly Archives: 2014
#1: Interstate 95 in Florida is consistently named one of the deadliest roads year after year. Each year hundreds and hundreds of people die on this road in Florida. I-95 has one of the worst rates of deaths per mile in the country, according to the Florida State Department of Transportation. This stretch of… Read More »
The police stop vehicles for many reasons. Some officers are conducting routine traffic stops while others are looking for reasons to stop a vehicle to see if the person has been drinking or to see if the person has contraband in the car. Even if you are driving the speed limit, obeying traffic signals,… Read More »
Adult Supervision. A parent or responsible adult should always accompany young children during their neighborhood rounds. If your children are going alone on Halloween, plan and review the route that is acceptable to you. Agree on a specific time when they should return home. Use a flashlight when trick-or-treating at night. Flashlights not only… Read More »
If you are pulled over for being suspected of boating under the influence you may be asked to perform field sobriety tests just like you were driving a car. If you do not consent to blowing into a breathalyzer you may lose your boating and driving privileges. If your blood alcohol content in .08%… Read More »
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Currently Investigating the Takata Brand Airbags for Possible Recall.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is currently investigating whether to require a recall by at least seven major auto manufacturers whose vehicles are equipped with Takata brand airbags. Some automakers have already voluntarily recalled several million vehicles, beginning with model year 2008 and continuing through 2014. The issue seems to be a defective… Read More »