Today’s motorcycle is a mechanical masterpiece in comparison to the steam powered bicycles invented in the early 1820’s.1 Over the years, inventors and engineers have improved both the safety and performance of motorcycles, but there are still inherent dangers for motorcycle riders. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety,"..."
Auto accidents happen to even the safest of drivers. One minute, you can be driving down the road, heading home from work or out running errands, and in the next, you could be involved in a potentially serious accident resulting in injuries that can be severe and life-threatening. There are"..."
It Only Takes One Click to Save a Life Hey, St. Louis, safety advocates want you to spread the word: “It’s important that teen drivers realize it only takes ONE text, ONE drink, ONE call, ONE reach, ONE distraction to cause ONE fatal moment, but that ONE clicked seat belt could be the difference between"..."
According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, drinking on a single occasion or over time can have a significant impact on the health of your body. Alcohol can affect the brain, heart, liver, pancreas, and immune system.1 Some of the effects of alcohol are long term health"..."
Out of the plethora of bumper stickers that are plastered over the back of trucks, van, and cars it is not uncommon to come across a sticker that is promoting road safety. Those wanting to ensure the safety of motorcyclists have taken to the common practice of using bumper stickers"..."
Out of the out tens of thousands of car accidents that occur throughout Missouri each year, a significant number are caused by out of state drivers. This is particularly true for metropolitan areas that lie on or near the border of two states, such as St. Louis or Kansas City."..."