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Back to School Safety Tips

It is back to school time! This means extra traffic on the roads and additional distractions in your morning and afternoon commute. Just like there are safety precautions you need to follow in the summer, you also need to …

GM SETTLES SELF-DRIVING CAR ACCIDENT- FIRST OF MANY

Self-driving cars are the new and innovate technology that manufacturing companies are using in their latest vehicles. Even large companies such as Uber and Lyft have been taking advantage of this technology. Though the technology is becoming quite popular, …

Drug and Alcohol Facts Week

Drug and Alcohol Facts
This week is National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week ®. This campaign is designed to debunk the myths of drug and alcohol use and explain to teens all over the country facts about the topic. Rob …

Winter Driving- Driving on Snowy and icy roads

New England winters are usually filled with frigid weather, snow storms and icy roads. These weather conditions lead to an increase in accidents and injury on the road. To keep you safe this winter Rob Levine and Associates assembled …

Advancements in Road Safety- Autonomous Cars

Technology is becoming more advanced and more luxurious than ever before. Recent innovations in the transportation industry are allowing cars to drive and even park themselves. This can be concerning to drivers; however, companies producing these vehicles are taking …

Vehicle Safety for Children and Passengers

Proper Safety for Children

The first and most important part of keeping a child safe are dependent on where the child is seated while the vehicle is in motion. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the use …

Rhode Island is Cracking Down on Drunk Driving

Drunk driving fatalities represented 36.9 % of all total traffic deaths this past year, which is a 14.3 % decrease from 2013. So far this year Rhode Island State Police have arrested 458 people for driving under the influence, …

Keep Your Teens Safe on the Road This Summer

Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death among teenagers in the US, and according to Mothers Against Drunk Driving, about 25% of these fatal accidents involve an underage driver who has been drinking. Distracted driving, inexperience, and …

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