1 edition of Slow down, buckle up, secure kids, drive sober found in the catalog.
Slow down, buckle up, secure kids, drive sober
|Contributions||Ohio. Dept. of Public Safety|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 folded sheet (6 p.) ;|
Lake Mills Police Department’s first K-9 “Truman” hit the road Octo and has a lot of success! The high-visibility law enforcement efforts are combined with effective media campaigns to get more motorists to buckle up, slow down and drive sober. Charlie Check First is the mascot for Safety Kids, Inc., which has. You cannot be responsible for everyone on the roadway, but you can take safety precautions when you drive this summer: Drive defensively. Buckle Up- Seat belts are 45% effective in preventing fatalities among front-seat passengers. Designate a sober driver or make a plan for alternate transportation; Avoid distractions.
Drive responsible and don’t allow someone else get behind the wheel impaired. Always protect yourself and your passengers by buckling up and being alert. The last thing I want to do this holiday season or any holiday season is knock on a family’s door to tell them their loved one is dead. Please slow down, buckle up and drive sober.”. Slow down, pay attention and buckle up. A white Christmas is not in the cards this year (thanks, El Niño). That doesn’t mean you should throw your safe driving habits out the window. Slow down, pay attention and buckle up and you’ll make it over the river and through the woods to grandma’s house. Deck the halls — but not near any open.
Buckle Up – a seat belt will not prevent a collision, but it will save a life; Put Your Phone Down- Don’t be tempted to text and drive or use social media while driving. In many areas, distracted driving can earn you a citation. Slow Down- Chances of a crash nearly triples when driving faster than surrounding traffic. 4. Pay attention. Do not engage in non-driving behaviors while behind the wheel, which include texting, surfing the internet, reading a book, etc % of single vehicle crashes and % of multi vehicle crashes in involved driver inattention and distraction as a factor. Buckle up, drive sober, slow down, and pay attention.
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In the first half of the book (the first pages), I was rooting for Clyde and was genuinely enthralled with the slow pace of the book. It was a real pleasure to read. Then, there was the second half (a mere 73 pages) Secure kids was so disappointed with the second half (1/4) of this book/5(6).
The high-visibility law enforcement efforts are combined with effective media campaigns to get more motorists to buckle up, slow down and drive sober.
Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over - Decem through New Year's Day (January 1, ). For more information about the “Buckle Up, Drive Sober” or “Arrive Alive” campaigns or the YOVASO Program, contact Sarah Watson, Program Development Coordinator, at or [email protected].
YOVASO was formed in by the Virginia Highway Safety Office and membership is open to all Virginia high schools and middle schools. However, secure kids of these deaths can be prevented. Buckle up, drive sober, and stay safe on the roads this holiday season. Road Safety for Everyone. Here are some tips to help keep you and others safe on the road over the holidays: Buckle up.
Remember to buckle up, every trip, every time, and ask your passengers to do the same. Drive Sober: It is illegal for people under the age of 21 to consume alcohol, and it is illegal to drink and. Conduct one joint mobilization that combines Click It or Ticket and Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over to encourage motorists to buckle up and avoid drinking and driving.
Continue collaborative efforts with Community Traffic Safety partners to educate adults and children regarding child safety seats, safety belts and air bags. Slow down and you could save a life. Buckle up. Buckling up is the single most effective thing you can do to protect yourself in a crash.
Always double check that all your passengers are secure. Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over is a national campaign committed to reducing deaths from impaired driving.
Includes impaired driving facts and. Everyone was reminded to Buckle Up, Slow Down and Drive Sober and continue in their commitment to reduce crashes, in-juries and fatalities caused by distracted driving. Visit and click on the Facebook icon to view pictures of the Georgia Highway Safety Conference.
Highway Safety Conference Mary Ann Robinson, CPSTI. Registration for the “Save Your Tailgate, Buckle Up & Slow Down” campaign is now. 4-week campaign. Commonwealth of Virginia.
Halloween Safety Campaign. Oct. Registration for the Halloween Safety Campaign will open in early October. Materials will be. 2-week campaign. Cops will see you before you see them. Always remember to designate a sober driver. Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over. BestOnRoad 1, views. Watch Through Police Body Cameras How Police Caught Chris Watts, Family Killer, With Body Language.
- Duration: More Derek Van Schaik Recommended for you. FHP Releases Results from Enforcement Campaign: The Florida Highway Patrol announced the preliminary enforcement results from the Patrol’s involvement in the nationwide Driver Sober or Get Pulled Overcampaign Dec.
12, – Jan. 2, The Patrol beefed up its force by having troopers postpone administrative duties in favor of road patrols and adding reservists and. Secure cargo that may move around while the vehicle is in motion.
Don’t attempt to retrieve items that fall to the floor. Have items needed within easy reach – such as toll fees, toll cards and garage passes. Always wear your seat belt and drive sober and drug-free. More driving safety tips from Nationwide. Pick them up at home so they will not be tempted to drive later.
Set an example: if you’re hosting a party with alcohol, remind guests to designate a sober ride home, and offer non-alcoholic beverages. Protect others: don’t let friends get behind the wheel if they’re under the influence.
If you know someone has been drinking don’t be. Remember, drive sober or get pulled over.” Some important life-saving tips: Don’t allow friends or family members who have been drinking to get behind the wheel. Take their keys and help them find a safe way home. Designate a sober driver ahead of time or plan to use a taxi, mass transit or your community’s designated driver program.
Slow down, buckle up and most of all don't drink and drive. EMPD Hosts DARE Car Media Event On Jat about am, the Everest Metropolitan Police Department Hosted a Media Event to dedicate the new DARE Car into service, and to thank all those who supported the project with a variety of donations, financially and with the.
Cst. Reid is sharing his story today because it is important that drivers realize the messages the police put out and the statistics the public is bombarded with regarding collisions apply to them.
It takes one second for everything to change, for lives to be lost. Be mindful. Slow down. Buckle up. Drive sober – for everyone’s sake. This is a long one KIDDOs, sorry, try to stay focused.
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PA District Community Traffic Safety Project If you plan on going out to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, don't count on luck to get you home safe. Designate a sober driver, or plan to use public transportation or a ride-hailing service, and encourage your friends to do the. Check Your List Twice: Drive Sober and Buckle Up local police throughout the state are teaming up to make sure driving sober and buckling up are a holiday tradition.
As part of the national Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign, nearly law enforcement agencies will be out in force across Illinois in an end-of-year push to drive down. “We want drivers to slow down, drive sober, and watch for children in the street,” said Mike Torkelson, Licensed Driving Instructor for AAA Minneapolis.
“And a few tips for parents: plan a route ahead of time, check your children’s costumes, and buckle up.” The kits contain: Halloween education materials, candy, and one light-up bracelet.Slow down. According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, a pedestrian is more than twice as likely to be killed if they’re hit by a car traveling at 35 mph compared to 25 mph.
What seems like a small difference—just 10 mph—can be the difference between life and death. Drive sober. Always designate a sober driver if you plan to drink. AA App created over 6 years ago that has helped overmembers of Alcoholics Anonymous get their daily reprieve from alcoholism and maintain their spiritual condition.
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