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Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween is quickly approaching. As you make the final preparations to this year’s costumes and trick-or-treating plans, remember to keep safety a priority. Check out these safety tips before you hit the streets: When Driving: Expect traffic and plan accordingly.... Continue Reading →

Child Passenger Safety Week 2017

Car crashes are a leading killer of children, and the latest research from the U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) shows that nearly two out of three of car seats are misused. To help combat this... Continue Reading →

Move Over or Slow Down…It’s the Law

Georgia’s Spencer Pass Law, usually referred to as the “Move Over Law” urges motorists to take caution when approaching an emergency, towing/recovery or utility service vehicle (law enforcement, paramedics, firefighters, tow truck operators, highway maintenance workers and utility service workers)... Continue Reading →

Pokémon GO and Public Safety

If you have not already heard of Pokémon GO, you might be living under a rock. Just kidding...but seriously, the Pokémon GO craze has swept the nation since its release on July 6. According to Fortune.com, Pokémon GO became the... Continue Reading →

Safety Advisory: Be Aware of Summer Heat Dangers

Extreme heat has continued to plague Georgia this summer. Severe summer heat can place a heavy toll on cars if proper precautions are not taken. As a result, there has been an increase in the number of disabled vehicles on... Continue Reading →

A Note To Teen Drivers

Each day many teens set out to pass the Georgia driving test. As exciting as it may be, there are many roles and responsibilities that come with being a legal driver. Special laws are in place for novice, or inexperienced... Continue Reading →

Be Alert Around School Buses

The new school year is quickly approaching for thousands of students across the state and Georgia State Troopers are reminding motorists to be alert of school buses on the roadways.

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