With great pride and excitement, resqme, Inc. is once again sponsoring the brave Emme Hall and Sabrina Howells as they make their way across the harsh and unforgiving Moroccan desert in the Rallye Aicha des Gazelles – one of the toughest motorsport races in the world. GAZELLES TV 2015 – ESSAOUIRA by Rallye-Aicha-des-Gazelles As team
By Brad Proffit “Hello. My name is Brad and I’m a volunteer firefighter/EMT for a rural area fire department in North Carolina. Several months ago, I saw the Resqme on YouTube and thought it was worth a buy. I attached it to my key ring and it has stayed there since. That is, until yesterday.
We received a moving message this yesterday morning from United Hatzalah. “Last Sunday, one of United Hatzalah’s EMT volunteers was at work when he received a dispatch that a road accident had occurred near his location. He leapt on his ambucycle to race to the rescue, arriving on scene in less than 60 seconds! A car
October is officially Breast Cancer Awareness Month: an annual campaign developed to raise awareness for the detection and treatment of breast cancer. About 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer over the course of their lifetime, and about 2,360 new cases of breast cancer were expected to be diagnosed in men in 2014.1
The 1st Global Congress on “Women and Road Safety: Project for Society” will be held on March 8 & 9, 2014 at the Palais des Congrès, Skhirat, Rabat, Morocco. Every day in Morocco and around the world, many people are killed or injured on the roads. Men, women and children who go to school or
Talk Before It Is Too Late Road Safety announced that in January 2014, 238 people died in road accidents in France , against 239 a year earlier, representing a relatively stable (-0.5%) rate. The association of 40 million motorists challenged this figure. In fact, he noted that Road Safety announced 271 deaths for the month
What to Keep In Your Car Emergency Kit By Guest Author: Samuel Joyce Drivers face a plethora of crisis every day. Traffic jams, rough weather, flat tires, dead batteries, stranded miles away from a gas station or eatery, in the middle of the night, overheated radiators and much more. Whether you are few hundred kilometers
How to Handle Your Teenager’s First Car Accident By Guest Author: Marie Sulenski All parents worry about their teen drivers getting into a car accident. Joanne Helperin of Edmunds Inc. told Disney Family that, statistically speaking, there’s a good chance a teen driver will be involved in an accident during the first 12 months of driving.
Save the Date! Check out upcoming events for the month of March and be sure to mark your calendars. – March 8 to 9: The First Global Congress “Women and Road Safety: Society Project” Palais des Congres, Skhirat – Rabat, Morocco – March 11 to 13 : The International Travel Goods Show, Phoenix Convention Center, Phoenix,
How To Stay Calm In Daily Traffic By Guest Author: Clayton Truscott “Image courtesy of EA / FreeDigitalPhotos.net” The drive to and from work can be a taxing experience. There’s nothing quite like starting your day off by spending forty-five minutes on the freeway, staring aimlessly into the rear windshield of the car in front