Summer is here, which means new adventures are ahead! And so we’d like to share our ultimate summer bucket list with you. Of course, summer marks the start of barbecuing season, camping, campfires, berry picking and wearing white slacks, but what about taking some fun road trips? Plan your next road trip!
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.
By Guest Author: Zoe Florence Driver Safety Week is an important time to remember how crucial driver safety is to everyone on the road. However, aside from just reminding people about driver safety, drivers should also take the time to ensure they are safe out there on the roads. Many people die or get seriously
Checklist and Tips for Safe Winter Driving This holiday season, be careful out on the roads. Check out this comprehensive checklist from SaferCar.gov before you began your travels. Know Your Car Every vehicle handles differently; this is particularly true when driving on wet, icy, or snowy roads. Take time now to learn how to best
Last weekend resqme, Inc. President and Founder, Laurent Colasse, traveled to Indianapolis, Indiana to take part in an interview with WISH TV Channel 8 and Troy Kehoe. He later participated in a live demonstration alongside the Indiana State Police Underwater Search and Rescue team, the National Drowning Prevention Alliance, and Dr. Gordon Giesbrecht, an Associate Dean at
Car entrapment is a serious threat on the road. Whether it’s due to flood, fire, or car accident, seconds count when it comes to escaping your vehicle. For Donna Uzzi, the tragic death of her son, Anthony, in a car accident that flipped the vehicle he was in into a canal was a wake-up call
U.S. Census Bureau crash facts show there were 10.8 million motor vehicle accidents in the United States in 2009. Almost 14,000 of those involved more than one vehicle. The total reflects incidents that include everything from single vehicle rollovers to car/pedestrian incidents and minor fender benders to multi-car pile-ups on the expressway. Even though a
National Preparedness Month 2013: PREPAREDNESS ON A BUDGET It Doesn’t Cost a lot to be Prepared It is no secret that many families and individuals are looking to cut back on spending. But with the frequency of disasters, both natural and manmade, can you afford not to be prepared? Preparedness doesn’t have to cost an arm and a
PREPAREDNESS FOR BUSINESS OWNERS AND MANAGERS Plan to Stay in Business By Ready.gov As a business owner or manager, you are a leader in your community and have the opportunity to set an example for your employees, customers, and community to follow. This September for National Preparedness Month, join your community in preparing for emergencies