WTDW KidsBus1.jpg BUS BOARDING GOLDEN RULES: 1.Never try and board the bus until it has completely stopped. 2. Never walk in front of or behind the bus
WTDW- BikingCntry 2.jpg Be a sight to see! It’s a fact; drivers on the road today are more distracted than ever. There are more fatal accidents on rural roads than in cities. Make sure that you’re wearing bright clothes so that approaching motorists are able to safely spot you and maneuver around you.
WTDW- BikingCntrypsd.jpg You have a right to ride! If a car needs to ride behind you until there is a break where they can safely pass you, so be it. Ride straight, without swerving, and if you’re turning make sure to signal!
WTD.Distracted Driving 2.jpg There’s an app for that! There are actually several app’s for that, one being Sprint’s “Drive First” app, which will automatically lock a mobile phone when the car is in motion. In the event of an emergency 911 can override the lock.
WTDW- Car Accident 3.jpg Contact an attorney. Car accidents are often physically and emotionally traumatic. Your sole focus should be regaining your health. Experienced accident attorneys will focus on protecting your legal rights following the accident.
WTDW- Car Accident 2.jpg Exchange information. Phone numbers, emails, addresses, and insurance information should be exchanged. Take photos, gather information from witnesses, and if emergency officials are present gather their names and badge numbers.
WTDW- Car Accident 1.jpg Call the police. Even if the accident seems minor you should still contact the police, htey will assist you in determining if the collision requires a police report.
WTDW- BikingCntry 3.jpg Riding into the sunset…although it sounds nice, it’s a bad idea. As the sun sets visibility is compromised, leaving you at higher risk of being struck by a car. If you find yourself mid-ride during sunset be mindful motorists are likely going to have a hard time seeing you.
Did you know the latest trend is for teens to take driving “selfies”? They use a Snapchat filter that records the speed at which the image is taken. This could be deadly! Talk to your teens about this and remind them that if they’re caught driving while holding a handheld device they could lose their license for -->