Winter Weather and Motorcycles

Winter Weather and Motorcycles

Here in Middle Georgia, there’s no need to store away your motorcycle when cold weather hits. Thankfully, our climate is mild enough for you to enjoy your bike year-round—provided you take some extra precautions to stay safe on the road. We’ve pulled together some tips that will make your winter rides safer and more enjoyable.  ... Read More
 
How Truck Underride Guards Save Lives

How Truck Underride Guards Save Lives

Crashes involving semi trucks are often catastrophic. That’s due in part to the size and heavy weight of tractor-trailers, but many fatalities and serious injuries occur because of a largely preventable phenomenon—one called underride. Underride happens when a passenger vehicle slides under the truck or trailer. This can turn even a low-speed crash deadly, as ... Read More
 
What Driving Regulations Are Truckers Subject to?

What Driving Regulations Are Truckers Subject to?

Are trucking drive-time regulations about to change? In August 2019, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced proposed changes to the regulations that limit how long truckers can spend behind the wheel. These drive-time regulations, or “hours of service,” tightly control how long truckers are allowed to drive, when they must take breaks and ... Read More
 
How to Avoid Road Rage

How to Avoid Road Rage

Earlier this year, a shocking case of road rage shook up Georgia drivers. Hannah Payne witnessed a minor crash in Clayton County. The driver who allegedly caused the crash, Kenneth Herring, remained at the scene at first but later left it in a disoriented state. Payne pursued Herring and called 911 while doing so. Despite ... Read More
 
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