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June 24, 2014

Is It Okay to Kill Cyclists?

This was a question raised by a recent editorial in the New York Times. The writer, Daniel Duane argued that only when it comes to bicyclists, justice is often denied. “If your 13-year-old daughter bikes to school tomorrow inside a freshly painted bike lane, and a driver runs a stop […]
June 20, 2014

June is National Safety Month

Make It a Safe Summer for Your Kids Summer is the time to make memories and enjoy the great outdoors; however, there are risks that everyone should be aware of to ensure safety. A few quick tips and a few bits of knowledge will go a long way. Staying Safe […]
May 28, 2014

Tips for Sharing the Road with Motorcycles

Motorcycles are classified as motor vehicles. But driving a car in their vicinity is much different than with any other type of vehicle. There is an increased safety risk at all levels. Some important tips for safely sharing the road with motorcycles include: Apply caution at intersections: Intersections are high-risk […]
May 28, 2014

Black Bike Week At Myrtle Beach

Memorial Day weekend is the time of year when more than 300,000 people head to Myrtle Beach’s Black Bike Week for three days of live music, motorcycle racing and parties. In the words of Atlantic Beach Mayor Irene Armstrong, it’s all about bike riding in style and showing off. But […]
April 25, 2014

How to Help Prevent Construction Accidents

Warming temperatures don’t just signal the start of spring, they also herald the beginning of the construction season. According to the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), the construction industry has a higher than average rate of fatal workplace accidents. The good news though, is that the vast majority of […]
February 20, 2014

Tech Solutions for Pedestrian Safety

Today, more people are turning to bicycles and walking for transportation, exercise and overall environmental awareness. While this is great news for the waistline and the planet, it can be challenging on roadways in areas that haven’t been specifically designed to handle both foot and vehicular traffic. In 2004 and […]
February 17, 2014

Atlanta’s Crumbling Sidewalks Are a Safety Hazard

For years, Atlanta residents have complained about decaying sidewalks, but to no avail. As a result, the city’s over 2500 miles of sidewalks now include an estimated 600 miles in serious need of repair. While the budget for sidewalk repair has increased over the past two years, there is a […]
December 17, 2013

How to Report a Drunk Driver

Despite significant public efforts to raise awareness regarding the dangers of drunk driving, intoxicated drivers continue to cause a large percentage of automobile accidents today. If you see a driver on the road who you know is drunk or you suspect to be drunk, it is imperative that you alert […]
October 30, 2013

Bicycle Safety: Georgia’s Local Bike Laws

All over Georgia, more people are taking to the streets on their bicycles. Some ride for exercise while others enjoy getting out in the beautiful fall weather. And as Atlanta traffic congestion continues to grow, many choose to commute to work by bike to save money and reduce emissions. Whatever […]
February 5, 2013

Are You An Aggressive Driver?

February is Aggressive Driving Awareness Month. It’s a good time to ask yourself if you have some of the traits of an aggressive driver. If so, you may be one of the many drivers responsible for accidents, injuries and lawsuits each year. What Is an Aggressive Driver? An aggressive driver […]
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