Tens of thousands of people die annually in highway or railway accidents, most of which could have been prevented. Those same accidents caused millions of dollars in property and other damages. We believe, and the National Transportation Safety Board agrees, that many of these accidents could be prevented if we were using collision technology more effectively and consistently.
Did you know that while thick outerwear will keep your children warm, it can also interfere with the proper harness fit of your child in their car seat? Or braking methods when driving on snow or ice covered roads is different if your car has antilock versus not having antilock brakes? The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) provides answers to these questions and offers great tips for safe winter driving.
"A tired vehicle driver/operator can be just as dangerous as one that is working while under the influence of drugs and alcohol. Think about that: getting inadequate rest makes a person as dangerous behind the wheel as a drunk person." --Sach Oliver
Keeping hands clean through improved hand hygiene is one of the most important steps we can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others." --U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
2016 December issue of CitiScapes Magazine Profiles Attorney Sach Oliver.