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by Dawn Teixeira, President and CEO SADD, and Maddie Seel, 2015 SADD Student of the Year Car crashes are the number one killer of teens today, and teen drivers are involved in fatal crashes at three times the rate of adult drivers. According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), in 2010 seven
Unfortunately, distracted driving is not a passing fad. It has become a trend with deadly, real consequences. With April as Distracted Driving Awareness Month, here are 3 tips for your and your family’s safety. Distracted Driving’s Deadly Consequences For anyone who thinks they can talk on their phone, text, apply make-up, or do any other distracting

Be a Saint. Drive Sober.

St. Patrick’s Day Is One of the Deadliest Days of the Year Because of Drunk Driving St. Patrick’s Day brings to mind shamrocks, leprechauns, pots of gold, and good luck. But no amount of luck can save you from a drunk-driving crash. Unfortunately, March 17 has become a deadly day in the United States, with

See Tracks? Think Train!

10 Tips for Train Crossing Safety With approximately 140,000 miles of railway tracks in the U.S., we are at some point going to cross train tracks, whether it is in a car or as a pedestrian. When it is done on a daily basis, it may even become commonplace, but what is never commonplace is