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Buckle Up–Become a Habitual Seat Belt User

Posted on July 23rd, 2021 by Zane Cagle

Rarely, do we get to use the term “habitual user” in a positive way… Becoming a habitual wearer of your seat belt every time you climb into a motor vehicle is one of the few addictive behaviors that may actually save your life. We are seeing many fatal and serious…

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How to Handle a Hit and Run

Posted on July 5th, 2021 by Zane Cagle

Motor vehicle collisions happen daily. We all understand the basic rule of stopping at the scene if we have been involved in a crash. Thus, if a driver leaves the scene and fails to at least stop, it violates all of our rules of driving and basic manners. However, it…

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How to Avoid Drunk Drivers

Posted on June 20th, 2021 by Zane Cagle

Drunk driving leads to thousands of accidents every year. Alcohol affects a person’s vision, coordination, judgment, and reaction time, which are all needed for safe driving. Despite knowing the dangers of drunk driving, too many people still decide to drive under the influence of alcohol and put those around them…

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Six Summer Road Trip Safety Tips!

Posted on June 10th, 2021 by Zane Cagle

Summer is here. If you are like me, then summer is your favorite season! Summer involves friends, good food on the barbeque and hours in the pool or lake, and often, road trips. Many families across the Midwest plan weekend or week-long trips via the road. Summer holiday weekends also…

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Distracted Driving Law Covers More than Texting

Posted on May 19th, 2021 by Zane Cagle

Several municipalities in the greater St. Louis area have passed ordinances banning texting and driving. The City Council of O’Fallon enacted an ordinance and cited six specific examples of behavior such as using a mirror to “engage in grooming,” inputting information into a GPS device, and writing. The ordinance has…

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