July is Vehicle Theft Prevention Month 


Did you know that over 700,000 drivers are a victim of vehicle theft each year?  


Yes, we watch where we park and lock our vehicles, but it's one of those things that most

people think "won't happen to me."


To reduce the likelihood of vehicle theft, visit the official NHTSA Vehicle Theft Prevention Page.



National Work Zone Awareness Week: April 26-30 


This annual spring campaign is held at the start of construction season to encourage safe driving through highway work zones. 


Please remember to ALWAYS pay attention in work zones and when you encournter any activity (emergency and police vehicles at accident scenes, disabled vehicles, towing, etc.) taking place on or near roadways.

Your vigilance and caution can save lives and prevent injuries. 


Learn more on the official NWZAW website 



April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month


The theme for Distracted Driving Awareness Month 2021 is "Just Drive" — 

a simple yet critically important message. 


Learn more from the National Safety Council.



Take the "Just Drive" Pledge

Do your part for safe driving for yourself and your fellow drivers 


Commit to driving distraction-free by taking the NSC "Just Drive" pledge!




Don't Drive Distracted - EVER!

If you use your cell phone while driving, you’re taking your eyes off the road.


Distracted driving can be deadly.



If your driver is distracted or doing something dangerous, you have the right to speak up!


You and everyone else on the road should get home safely.


Multitasking is a myth.


Never drive and use your phone at the same time.


It’s not worth a crash.



A dangerous distraction is coming from inside your own car – your cell phone!

Get set up when you get in your car because  your life is worth more than any call, text or playlist. 



Distracted Driving Prevention Videos

Distractions can be deadly. Set up your car before you start your trip, then #JustDrive.


Learn more from the National Safety Council.

“For your life, your passengers, or for those around you on the road, put your phone down.”


Distracted driving took Camryn, Michelle Lunsford’s only child.


Michelle’s message: A bad decision can cost you your life. #JustDrive.


Learn more from the National Safety Council.

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