Study Shows that Young Adults Are More Likely Than Teenagers to Text Behind the Wheel

Unfortunately, in 2015 more than 35,000 individuals lost their lives in car accidents. This represents more than a 7% increase from the previous year. A new study from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, however, shows that millennials struggle with putting down their phones even when they are behind the wheel. More than 2,500 Americans… Read More »

What UPS Drivers Can Teach About Driving Safety

UPS is responsible for delivering more than 18 million packages every single day and the majority of these are handled by trucks. Driver safety is one of the most important factors at the company. Truck drivers in general may be more likely to cause significant damage in an accident due to the size and weight… Read More »

Study Shows That Driver Warning Systems Not Necessarily Effective for Reforming Driver Behavior

New vehicle systems are being designed inside cars to help alert distracted drivers to potential road hazards. However, a new study from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety determined that these systems did not inadvertently discourage or encourage this behavior. The researchers sought to discover whether or not these vehicle warning systems impacted drivers negatively… Read More »

Most Dangerous Jobs of 2016

Being injured on the job is an unfortunate reality for anyone who works in a risky occupation. Certain jobs may carry some serious threats and according to research from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and, there are several key jobs that consistently make the top list of… Read More »