Category: driving fatalities

Head on collisions can be avoided…

Every now and then we’re faced with a surprise; and not a good kind of surprise like a birthday party, or tickets to the big game. Surprises that can put us into a panic are...

It’s not the road that causes the crash

Raising four kids has taught me a lot. One of those things it taught me is to get my facts straight before I lay blame. It also taught me to do that with other things...

When slowing is worth it

For regular readers of my work you’ll know of my passion for promoting safe driving. After all, the title of this site is ‘The Safe Driver’. Even though I tend to put emphasis towards safely...

Which month has the most vehicle crashes?

For years I would ask the question to drivers; which month of the year has the most vehicle crashes? Typically I would get December, January or February. But that’s not the case. Do you have...

What you may or may not know about the vehicle you’re driving

Let’s face facts; road safety should be everyone’s concern. Even if you don’t drive, you still have to travel across roads as a pedestrian, cyclist or as a passenger in a vehicle. Being able to...

Should residential speed limits drop?

Remember the story of the tortoise and the hare? Remember how the tortoise won the race because they were moving slow and steady? As drivers we can learn from that story, plus much more. Not...

Take a break – stay awake

As written for The Insurance Hunters. Please visit their blog. I sometimes wonder what life would be like if we weren’t so busy. Would we be bored or would we learn to become more relaxed?...