There are more than 210 million Americans who have a driver’s license, with the average driver logging more than 13,000 miles per year on the road, according to the Federal Highway Administration. Those staggering numbers should only increase our dedication to practicing safe driving habits.
Citing road accidents as the number one cause of death for young people, the World Health Organization (WHO) created the Decade of Action for Road Safety campaign to help keep roads safe.
For parents with young children, it’s often difficult to transition from a car seat to a booster seat since there are so many on the market. However, there are a number of tools available to help you find the right one.
Operation Lifesaver, a non-profit group that promotes railroad safety, estimates that a train strikes a vehicle or pedestrian every three hours in America. Whether you’re behind the wheel or on your feet, following these safety tips is a must when near a railroad crossing.
To drive the safety message home even further, GEICO’s professional NASCAR driver Casey Mears shares his own tips for making road safety a top priority.
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