Winter Driving Dangers: An Accident is Not Always an Accident

According to the Federal Highway Administration, nearly a quarter of all yearly car accidents occur because of bad weather and hazardous driving conditions. Of this annual total of 1.5 million, many car crashes occur in the winter. With proper safety precautions, a fair number of these collisions could have been prevented. All drivers using the […]

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Safe Use of Public Transit in Winter Weather

In bad weather, especially in snowy and icy conditions, government officials and the media often urge us to leave our cars at home and take public transportation. For the most part, this is good advice. But winter weather problems affect public transit, too. To avoid being injured when using buses and trains, it is important […]

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Walking Safely in Winter

No one is born with perfect balance. Even the most graceful people can look clumsy and comical when trying to navigate an icy winter sidewalk. Slipping and falling are nearly unavoidable, especially when ice and snow accumulate in parking lots and in front of stores, office buildings and residences. If you fall and are hurt […]

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