Watch out for walkers

The weather is getting cooler and more South Carolinians want to be outside; running near the dam, walking neighborhoods with their families, and heading out for nights on the town. That means more pedestrians on the streets, crosswalks and sidewalks. NHTSA reports that there is a traffic-related pedestrian death every 84 minutes in the United […]

Preventing Railroad Collisions

In 2019 alone, 126 people were killed in vehicles at railroad crossings, according to data from the Federal Railroad Administration. Of the fatal collisions that year, 94 occurred after the driver went around lowered crossing gate arms, which is a 10-year high. In fact, from 2015-2019, there were 1,589 drivers who drove around a lowered […]

Our precious cargo

Sometimes we may feel like chauffeurs. Driving from one side of town to the other, dropping off at day cares and schools, picking up from dance or karate class. Transporting our children to their destinations is an important task. After all, they’re our most precious cargo. We want to remind parents and caregivers that children […]

Stop, check & lock it

You’re running errands, bringing in groceries, heading back in the house to grab something—whatever the reason, you’ve left your car unlocked. Maybe you left a set of spare keys in the glove compartment as a backup. I get it, you’re busy and you shouldn’t have to lock your vehicle because it’s on your property. It’s […]