10 Tips For Having A Safe And Fun Summer

Man and daughter on bike ride in parkWe all know all too well how quickly time flies by and how busy we become each day.  How often do you take time to plan activities and excursions for your upcoming weekends?

Don’t let your summer go by without doing as many fun outdoor trips and activities as possible!

Here are our Top Ten Ideas to have a fun filled Summer!

  1. Go strawberry picking-or visit your local farmer’s ...
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Defensive Driving

Accident Fund America has many helpful downloadable brochures and tips on their website, which I refer to quite often for information and updates.  I recently came across this brochure about defensive driving and I immediately knew I had to share some of the tips and statistics it had. Being in the business of transportation, I feel it’s my duty to share this information with as many people as possible.

Below is an excerpt from their brochure:

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What You Need to Know When Driving Near Bicycles

Do you know all the facts when it comes to driving near a cyclist?  While bicycle riders are subject to the same rules as motor vehicle operators, it can be a challenge to drive safely near cyclists.

Riders present a very small target to notice – the mass of a person on a bike is much smaller than another car or truck, and even smaller than a rider on a motorcycle. Because of this factor many motor vehicle operators come upon them ...

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5 Steps You MUST Take While Dealing With Emergency Vehicles

First responders serve all of us and if it were my family in trouble, I’d want to know that the first responders were on their way with the utmost sense of urgency.  While they are specially trained to drive at higher speeds and are permitted to take the right of way in certain circumstances (i.e. run red lights, etc.) they are also supposed to operate in as safe a manner as possible.  First responders (i.e. Police, Fire, EMT/Ambulance) have a ...

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Who Cares For Our Most Vulnerable?

It’s a new year. Federal Provinces and Municipal Government are proposing budgets for the coming year.

It is a common lament that we must rein in essential services because of lack of resources such as health care, policing etc… until it affects us, we the ordinary citizens accept what politicians offer an attribute it as a sign of our times moving forward and learn to cope.

When our most vulnerable, the physically disabled, mentally ill, veterans and seniors on fixed incomes bear ...

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