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Motorcycle Safety – Part 2

Friday, 19 July 2019 by

In a previous blog, we discussed safety practices that car drivers can implement to keep motorcyclists safe on the road. We talked about the importance of double and triple checking for motorcycles before pulling out, switching lanes, and making turns. We also advised drivers to be cognizant of their blind spots since smaller vehicles like

Ways to Avoid an Accident

Friday, 28 June 2019 by

No one ever gets in their car and thinks they will be involved in an automobile accident. This is especially true if they have a good track record, feel as if they drive defensively, and view themselves as “a good driver.” While some accidents are avoidable, others sadly are not! By definition, an accident is:

In a previous blog, we addressed the concept of accident avoidance focusing on preventative measures. Avoiding blind spots, keeping your vehicle properly maintained, holding your hands at the proper position on the steering wheel, proper seat positioning, and driving cautiously at night. While an accident is technically an unexpected and unintentional incident, it is not

Walk This Way

Tuesday, 07 May 2019 by

Tragically, in March, a Brevard woman was struck by a car and killed while illegally crossing the road about a half a block from a pedestrian crosswalk on a dark, busy stretch of highway A1A in Indialantic. This death occurred just as police, engineers, and leaders in the community are working to make crossing this

Watch for Motorcycles

Thursday, 28 February 2019 by

Signs and bumper stickers stating: “Watch for Motorcycles, “Loud Pipes Save Lives,” and “Look Twice for Motorcycles” are common sights. Why is that so? According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in a 2017 article: “Florida has the most motorcycle crash fatalities in the nation, with Brevard County having 22, ranking ninth among the

In previous blogs, we have stressed the importance of being the safest driver you can be. Avoid distractions, pay attention to the drivers around you, and follow the road laws. But, no matter how carefully we drive, accidents happen. Whether it’s fender bender when backing out of a parking spot at the same time as

During the holiday season, more people tend to be out and about than usual. You may notice that traffic is heavier during this time of year, which should come as no surprise! People are crowding the malls and department stores to get their Christmas shopping finished. There are also tons of holiday parties to attend,

What To Do Hit Drunk Driver

Getting involved in a car accident with a drunk driver is a very common occurrence, and according to the National Highway Traffic Association (NHTSA), a person is injured in a drunk driving crash every two minutes. If you or someone you care about has been involved in an accident with a drunk driver, there are

Tens of thousands of people lose their lives in car accidents each year, in the United States alone. Statistically speaking, approximately 700 major car accidents take care in the state of Florida each day, and more than half of them result in fatalities. If you have been physically, emotionally or mentally affected by a car

Motorcycle Safety Accident Tips

It does not matter whether you are a new or experienced rider, anyone can get into a motorcycle accident. Motorcycles tend to be fast and exciting to ride but are way more dangerous than a car. To be specific, the risk of an accident is 30 times higher than those in a car. While not

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