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September 16, 2019

Turn signal, you light up my life
Most of the time when you’re behind the wheel, you know exactly where you want to go. Unfortunately, the drivers around you can’t read your mind. Turn signals […]
Message Monday

September 9, 2019

I scream, you scream, we all slow down
It’s a very busy time of year for many Iowa families. School events, preparing for harvest, and any number of other late summer/early fall activities can make you […]
Message Monday

September 2, 2019

Choose wisely- police or rideshare – don’t drive drunk
Life is full of choices. Some are minor, others can change your life. One seemingly minor decision that could have life-altering impacts is the choice to drive after […]
Message Monday

August 26, 2019

SE Iowa family credit seat belts for saving them in a crash
 It’s an exciting time in the Danville home of the Boughton family. The backpacks are loaded and ready for Harris, 6, and Cate, 5, to start school. But […]
Featured Blog

August 26, 2019

Rubber cement, seat belt or glue – which holds you?
Seat belts are a sticky subject for some people. Back to school time in Iowa has many of us picking up school supplies for our kids. While it’s […]
Message Monday

August 19, 2019

If you feel different, you drive different
Over the years attitudes towards drunk driving have slowly changed, making it socially unacceptable in many circles. Research shows that most of us agree that we should discourage […]
Message Monday

August 12, 2019

To be fair, no blue ribbon for driving impaired
This time of year, hordes of people are flocking to Des Moines for the Iowa State Fair. There’s lots to see and do, including all kinds of competitions. […]
Message Monday

August 5, 2019

Safe driving is the best route to victory lane
Life goes by so quickly that it can seem like a series of races, always hurrying to get one thing done just so you can move on to […]
Message Monday

July 29, 2019

Feel the heat? Make it a habit to check baby seat
It may seem difficult to believe, but an average of 38 kids die every year in the United States due to heatstroke from being left in hot cars. […]
Message Monday