Kelsey Keeton

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How-to: Share the Road with Semi-Trucks

All across America, thousands of semi-trucks are on the road every day. In fact, the number of semi-trucks and semi-trailers in this country are in the millions. It is incredibly common for you to come into contact with them when you hit the roads. Semi tricks are both large and heavy. While their size allows

2021-02-05T13:46:37-05:00February 26th, 2021|Driving, Trucking Accidents|

Back to Basics: Defensive Driving

Everybody learns about defensive driving when they're first getting their drivers' license. But how much do you actually remember about it? Defensive driving is the basis of safe travel so it's important to refresh your understanding of it every now and then. The key techniques are to stay alert on the road and stay focused.

2021-02-19T13:24:55-05:00February 21st, 2021|Car Accidents, Driving|

Safety Tips for Riding on Electric Scooters

Many cities around the world have seen an increase in the use of shared electric scooters. It's a great way to get around for people that don't own a car, or who are environmentally friendly. However, it's important to remember that you are still traveling quickly when on an electric scooter. Therefore, accidents can happen.

2021-02-19T13:20:22-05:00February 19th, 2021|Avoiding Injury, Driving|

Car Seat Safety for Caregivers

If you plan on driving with children in the car, car seat safety is very important. You can be fined or even charged if children are in improper seats. You need to know which seat is appropriate for your child based on their age and weight. They'll start out in rear-facing seats like infant bucket

2021-02-19T13:18:11-05:00February 14th, 2021|Avoiding Injury, Driving|

What to do After You Get The Covid Vaccine

The Coronavirus, or Covid-19, has affected the world in ways that we couldn't have imagined. Luckily, there are several vaccines that have been approved by the FDA for protection against Covid-19. And thankfully, many Americans have already been vaccinated. However, you may be wondering what to do after you get the Covid Vaccine. Do you

2021-02-12T12:32:49-05:00February 12th, 2021|Avoiding Injury, Workplace Safety|

Running Yellow Lights: What You Need to Know

A common joke with Southerners about running yellow lights is that "yellow means GO FASTER!" Actually, a yellow light means "yield." And running yellow lights can be quite dangerous. In most cases, the general rule of thumb should be that if you can safely stop, you should. This is the response that leaves the smallest

2021-02-05T14:10:14-05:00February 7th, 2021|Car Accidents, Driving|

What to Do if You Witness a Car Crash

Seeing a collision on the road can be very frightening. However, if you witness a car crash near you, try to remain calm. Staying cool and collected will mean that you can be of more assistance. First, ensure your own safety. Next, alert the authorities. Try and help if it's needed and if you feel

2021-02-05T13:24:50-05:00February 5th, 2021|Car Accidents, Cars|

Long-Haul vs. Short-Haul Trucking

If you're considering a career in trucking, you may be curious about your different options. Deciding between long-haul vs short-haul trucking depends a lot on your lifestyle. Long-haul truckers can be gone for weeks at a time. Short-haul truckers travel shorter distances but can make several trips in a day. Compare the two options and

2021-02-02T13:32:19-05:00January 29th, 2021|Personal Injury, Trucking Accidents|