According to the Department of Public Health (DPH), pedestrian injuries are the second leading cause of unintentional injury death among children in Massachusetts. Additionally, three crossing guards have been fatally struck while on the job in the past seven years. Drivers and parents should be …Continue Reading Crosswalk Safety for Parents and Children
Whether you drive every day to work or only occasionally, everyone can use a refresher on the rules of the road once in a while. Construction, heavy traffic, stress, fatigue, and more can make even the most cautious drivers take risks. The Massachusetts Department of …Continue Reading Road Safety Tips for Massachusetts Drivers
On average, motorcyclists who wear helmets have a 29 percent better chance of surviving a crash than those who do not. Although riding a motorcycle can be an exhilarating experience, knowing the rules of the road and practicing motorcycle safety will help you have a …Continue Reading Motorcycle Safety in Massachusetts — On and Off the Road
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) designates April as National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Across the country, this campaign works to keep America’s roads safe by reminding drivers to stay focused when behind the wheel. At any given moment in the United States, more …Continue Reading Take a Stand against Distracted Driving
Thanksgiving is almost here and across the country, Americans are gearing up for one of the most spectacular feasts of the year. Thanksgiving is a holiday that brings family and friends together to share good food, conversation, and laughter. In the midst of all this …Continue Reading Thanksgiving Home & Travel Safety Tips
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