Tag: Safety

Snowmobile Safety Week

By Scott E Lynch 12/30/2019 Snowmobiling is a fun activity for the whole family to enjoy together. However, much like operating a car there is a lot of responsibility that snowmobile riders must assume to keep themselves, passengers and others safe. For this reason the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association works with major snowmobile manufacturers every year to educate riders on safety matters. The 2020 campaign,...

How to defrost your icy windshield in under a minute

You probably already have all the necessary ingredients. byPat Cortland• 12/3/2019   Think of all the time you’ve spent scraping ice off your windshield, or shivering in the front seat waiting for the car’s defroster to really kick in. Good news: there’s a better — and faster, and easier — way! With much of the country battling winter weather this week, it’s a good time...

2019 National Teen Driver Safety Week

2019 National Teen Driver Safety Week National Teen Driver Safety Week is October 20-26, 2019, and is a great opportunity for parents to sit down with their teen drivers and discuss the importance of driving safety. Whether teens are driving a car, truck, or SUV, and whether they’ve just earned their license or have had it for years, the rules stay the same, and they...

National Teen Driver Safety Week is October 20-26, 2019 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 10/20/2019

Teens and bad driving: they just don't click! October 20-26, 2019, is #NationalTeenDriverSafetyWeek! This week – and every week – talk to your teen about dangers for teen drivers, the rules of the road and how to stay safe behind the wheel of a car. During National Teen Driver Safety Week, Talk to Your Teen about the Importance of Driving Safety Indiana and Ohio — National...

What Car Drivers Need to Know about Motorcycles

Summer is here, which means you'll likely see more motorcycles on the road. And the key word here is "see." People driving cars and trucks often fail to notice the motorcyclists around them, partly because they're not accustomed to looking for them. It's obvious yet bears repeating: Motorcyclists are much more vulnerable than car and truck drivers and passengers. Not only are there many more...