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National Work Zone Awareness Week

Work+Zone+Sign.jpgIt's National Work Zone Awareness Week! This week is dedicated to reminding motorist to pay attention in work zones while driving. It is critical to slow down when you see the speed zones change in work areas. Those working move in and out of the area to get a job done to make roads better and safer for motorist to drive on. Without the hard work of these individuals, we would not have roads, or road repairs complete. Please take a moment to look over the attachment below...

3 dead, others injured in serious collision in Nebraska

A woman from Kearney is facing felony motor vehicle homicide charges for her role in a collision that killed three and injured herself and one other passenger. The crash, which took place in October 2018, occurred when the woman ran a stop sign and hit an eastbound vehicle on Highway 30 and Road 447 near Overton.

If you spot a drunk driver, what do you do?

Imagine that the car ahead of you can't seem to stay in the right lane. It weaves over the center line, nearly drives off of the shoulder, and keeps drastically changing speeds. When you get to a stoplight, the driver stops well before it, then does not start driving right away when it turns green.

Tips for safe night driving

Driving at night really does put you in more danger. You don't see hazards as clearly. You may be around more drunk drivers and drowsy drivers. Your reaction times suffer. Young drivers, in particular, tend to simply feel more nervous and uncomfortable because they are not used to driving in the dark, and it can lead to car accidents.

Are younger truckers safe?

The nation's dependence on truckers is skyrocketing. With online shopping in a state of explosive growth, companies are shipping more goods to more places than ever before. Unfortunately, this increased demand for trucking services hasn't led to more people deciding to become truckers. Despite hiking wages and recruiting outside of their normal applicant pools, trucking companies are increasingly desperate to find enough drivers to keep their fleets on the road. Some people have suggested allowing younger drivers behind the wheel as the answer, but questions remain about safety. 

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