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Consequences are typically predictable, which means most accidents are preventable. When you have to decide whether to ride with a designated driver or drink and drive, what will you choose? Will you be able to live with the consequences?

I'll be Home for Christmas ... Maybe

I’d made the drive from Fort Campbell to Denver a half-dozen times in the past and had no concerns that I could do it again. After all, I was prepared. I had a new truck I’d just topped off with fuel and I knew my route well.

  • 1 December 2015
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Pushing My Luck

Hanging upside down in my driver seat, restrained by my seat belt, I was thinking, “How did I get here? What did I do to get myself in this situation?”

  • 1 November 2015
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Merge Right

A few years ago, my family and I drove from North Carolina to Florida to visit my in-laws for the holidays. As we made the roughly 600-mile, 10-hour trip, I was reminded how important it is that people share the road courteously and responsibly.

  • 1 November 2015
  • Author: Army Safety
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Keep Going in the Snow

Driving is a challenging task. Traffic, road construction, rain, kids making noise, the radio and ringing cellphones can all be very distracting. Couple that with slick wintry roads, black ice, snow and sleet and you’ve added a whole new element to driving.

  • 30 October 2015
  • Author: Army Safety
  • Number of views: 10870
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The Other Driver

Road trips can be dangerous, so I always take the steps I think are necessary to be prepared. I plan ahead, check my route on the map and make sure my vehicle is serviced and ready to go. However, I could never have anticipated what happened to my family on a Sunday in Florida.

  • 1 October 2015
  • Author: Army Safety
  • Number of views: 10360
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