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July 22, 2019

Buckle up – every seat, every time
Whether you’re loading the family up for a vacation or picking up friends for a dinner date, do you make sure everyone is securely buckled? With some exceptions, […]
Message Monday

July 15, 2019

Leave safe gaps to avoid mishaps
You’re in traffic. It’s hot. You’re tired, and the kids just asked, “are we there yet?” for the 114th time. You just want to get where you’re going, […]
Message Monday

July 8, 2019

That’s the temperature, not the speed limit
Don’t be a hothead this summer. When the mercury rises, tempers can get a little short, increasing the perceived need to get where you need to go more […]
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July 1, 2019

Why did the chicken cross the road? Safety… silly!
Although today is International Joke Day, pedestrian safety is no laughing matter. In Iowa, 22 pedestrians were killed in traffic crashes in 2018. According to the American Community […]
Message Monday

June 24, 2019

Attention please: your car does not drive itself (yet)
Is a self-driving car in your future? While many are quick to imagine a world where cars drive themselves, we are likely many years away from being completely […]
Message Monday

June 17, 2019

I love you more than bacon. Drive safely – Dad
By looking at the greeting cards in the Father’s Day section, you tend to notice themes about dear ol’ dad. Bad jokes, sports, food, and devotion to family […]
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June 10, 2019

If you’re a rider, don’t be a slider. All seats buckled
Seat belt use by adult rear-seat passengers isn’t required by Iowa law, but buckling up every seat, every time is a smart habit that could save not only […]
Message Monday

June 3, 2019

No texts, no books, no dirty looks
With this week’s Message Monday, we’ve taken the liberty of updating the traditional end-of-school rhyme “No more pencils, no more books, no more teacher’s dirty looks” to fit […]
Message Monday

May 27, 2019

Old Glory waves for lives lost- drive safety
When Memorial Day was first envisioned in 1868 following the Civil War, it was to be a day of remembrance of those who lost their lives in battle. […]
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