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  • Some OTC drugs can cause drowsiness, impair driving
    Over-the-counter medications can make you drowsy
    Some over-the-counter (OTC) drugs can make you drowsy and affect your driving or ability to safely operate machinery, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. OTC medicines can have serious side effects, and they should be taken as...
  • Start Smart California Highway Patrol program in the city of Lancaster
    Start Smart California Highway Patrol program in the city of Lancaster
    The California Highway Patrol is offering a Start Smart safety driving class on Wednesday, September 24 at 6:00 p.m. The class will be held at the California Highway Patrol, Lancaster station in the City of Lancaster. Please allow anywhere from...
  • Xtreme Xperience, speed is king
    Speed is king at Xtreme Xperience Supercar Academy
    Do you feel the need for speed? The freedom to drive fast, but not recklessly, isn’t offered on daily basis. The producers of Xtreme Xperience, the Chicago-based supercar driving tour, is coming to Joliet on September 20-21 with a national...
  • Traffic Ticket
    3 driving errors that are likely to lead to a ticket/citation in Sacramento
    Many African American drivers in Sacramento share a common belief that simply being a driver in Sacramento is an easy way to get an auto citation or ticket.As a direct result of the shared belief, the Sacramento African American Issue's...
  • Buttocks impaled: Woman learns texting and driving pain is a pain in the butt
    Buttocks impaled: Woman learns texting and driving pain is a pain in the butt
    A woman whose buttocks were impaled – run through by a guardrail pole – received her lesson like a swift kick in the butt. While texting and driving last week, a Colorado woman crashed her car, sheared off a pole, and ended up with a...
  • Drinking champagne
    If parents drink their kids are more likely to drive drunk
    It is well known that drunk driving is a critically serious problem among young drivers which results in scores of peoplebeing crippled and killed on the roads daily. Plataforma SINC reported on Aug. 25, 2014 that the risk of young people driving...
  • Jesus Takes the Wheel
    God took the wheel and hit a motorcyclist
    On Friday July 11, 25-year-old Prionda Hill was driving in Fort Wayne, Indiana when suddenly out of know where, God spoke to her and told her, “He would take it from here.” Hill then let Jesus take the wheel and hit a 47-year-old...
  • Drivers stunned to see man hanging on back of speeding car
    Drivers stunned to see man hanging on back of speeding car
    It’s something you never expect to see in real life. Drivers along I-77 in North Carolina were stunned Saturday to see a man hanging onto the back of a car that was traveling on the interstate. The incident was captured on video by Brenda...
  • Merging traffic
    Disc golf and bad drivers
    A couple of weeks ago was a special week in in Minnesota for disc golf. The biggest disc golf tournament in Minnesota, the Minnesota majestic. Ray Jordan, the owner of Blue Ribbon Pines has the course set up in the majestic set for a few weeks...
  • Too much TV watching could kill you
    Too much TV watching could kill you
    Yet another study has reported that sedentary activities can result in premature death; however, it found that some other sedentary activities did not have that risk. The findings were published online on June 25 by Spanish researchers in the...
  • Safe Driving: Howard County's Collision Avoidance Training
    Safe Driving: Howard County's Collision Avoidance Training
    The Howard County Police Department will be conducting Collision Avoidance Training (C.A.T.) sessions for 2014. Sessions run through December. The C.A.T. program is an advanced defensive driving and vehicle control program for licensed teenage...
  • Texting while driving allowed in Montana
    Montana texting while driving: Only state where texting at wheel is legal, safe?
    A Montana texting while driving debate is still ongoing, as the state of Montana remains the only one in the U.S. where texting behind the wheel of a car is still legal in certain areas. Although officials have said that such a ban should be...
  • Distracted driving includes looking away to change radio station
    Ninety percent of parents are distracted drivers, putting children at risk
    The vast majority of parents are guilty of distracted driving habits, including cell phone use, while driving, even when they have young children in the car, according to a new study.In the University of Michigan survey, 90 percent of parents said...
  • Michigan looking into a future pay by the mile charge on drivers
    Michigan looking into a future plan to charge drivers per mile
    The Detroit Free Press released a report from the University of Michigan about a plan to raise monies for Michigan roads. If the suggestion becomes a Michigan law, other states could eventually follow. With states claiming they don’t have...
  • Aging affects driving abilities: Safe driving event for mature drivers
    Aging affects driving abilities: Safe driving event for mature drivers
    As age progresses the way a person drives changes. Sometimes it is for the better and other times not so much. Right now AAA is providing a safe driving event for mature drivers. Mature drivers are described as those age 55 and older.The safe...