Wake Up to the Risk of Drowsy Driving

The press has extensively covered the risks – real and perceived – associated with driving while talking on the phone. There is another major and more widespread impairing condition that has received comparatively little attention: fatigue.

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Child Safety Seats Save Lives

Children are fragile cargo. In America, more children die in vehicle crashes than childhood disease or other accidents. Related injuries are the leading case of epilepsy and paraplegia in children. To protect children, all 50 states and the District of Columbia enforce the mandatory use of child safety seats.

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Alcohol Consumption and You — the Driver

Your blood alcohol level (BAL) may not be a true indication of your ability to drive. In fact, you may be closer to impairment and intoxication than a breath, blood or urine test indicates. The legal blood alcohol level limit in all states is 0.08 percent but many drivers are significantly impaired at 0.05 percent or less.

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