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4 Safety Tips for Winter Truck Driving



In New England, truck deliveries don’t stop because of winter weather. When drivers have long routes, sometimes bad weather doesn’t present itself right away. It’s important for truck drivers to know how to react in snow and icy conditions to prevent accidents on the road. Be Prepared Before a driver enters a vehicle, they should […]

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5 Tips For Safe Winter Driving



During this time of year, we have been singing about the beauty of a “White Christmas” but we don’t dream about white highways. Even for experienced drivers, winter weather can throw a curveball (or snowball) and make driving more dangerous. To avoid car accidents, drivers should be aware of how to handle winter conditions before […]

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National Impaired Driving Prevention Month



December is National Impaired Driving Prevention Month. With the winter weather already making roads more dangerous, the risk of a crash worsens with impaired drivers behind the wheel. It’s important to understand what is considered impaired driving and how easily it can be prevented. What is impaired driving? Impaired driving isn’t just limited to drunk […]

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What is Law 101?



Welcome to Law 101 with Rob Levine! Instructor: Attorney Rob Levine Class Meeting Day/Time: Mondays at 10 a.m. Course Description: We know that the legal system seems complicated, but Rob Levine & Associates simplifies it so you can get the compensation you deserve. We strive to be a resource by educating you about the basics […]

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What Can Truck Drivers Do to Prevent Accidents?



As a truck driver, it’s important to know the most common reasons for truck accidents and how you can prevent them from happening in the future. Common Accidents Caused by Vehicles Driving behind or beside a truck in the areas where they have limited visibility (also known as ‘the no-zone’) Merging improperly and causing a […]

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