Spring Break Tips

6 Ways To Stay Safe During Your Spring Break Road Trip

It’s that time of year again: Spring Break season is here. After an unprecedented year of staying home and staying safe, many families are ready to get out and enjoy a vacation. While you might be excited to hit the road, reach your destination, and start relaxing, it’s important to keep a few things in…

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Motorcycle group ride

Going for a Group Ride? Practice these Motorcycle Safety Tips

A common shared experience among the majority of motorcycle enthusiasts is the adventure of a group ride. As temperatures rise and summer vacation begins, riders across Texas prepare to embark on adventures near and far. Group rides can be an opportunity to make memories with fellow riders that can be shared for years to come….

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Lubbock Personal Injury Attorneys

Should You Visit the DMV During COVID-19?

With a continuing influx of cases and deaths related to the new coronavirus or COVID-19, many have found themselves under shelter-in-place or stay-at-home orders. While these orders are in place to protect us from contracting or passing on the virus, they have raised many questions as to what one should or shouldn’t do during this…

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Commercial Vehicle Accident

Fog to Blame for Lubbock Commercial Vehicle Accident

Each day, many commercial vehicles take to the roadways. Commercial vehicles include a company car, truck, van, bus, or 18-wheeler used by employees or agents of a business. Though these vehicles are intended for work purposes, the chances of a motor vehicle accident occurring are similar to those of non-commercial vehicles. Recently, a commercial semi-truck was involved in a multi-vehicle accident just after the Christmas holiday.

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hands free driving

Will Hands-Free Car Games Help Curb Bad Driving?

Most of us have experienced boredom and sleepiness while driving during road trips. The need to entertain drivers via podcasts, music, trivia, or car games with the family can be as necessary as gas for the car. Believe it or not, one company has taken driver entertainment a step further. Hands-free voice games are the…

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NHTSA Opens Investigation into Graco Recall

Safety Tips for Driving Child Passengers

We all want our children to be as safe as possible in every situation. Keeping them safe while in the car might seem simple enough, but plenty of factors you might not be aware of play into road safety for children. In an effort to ensure the safety of children while riding in cars, the…

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Lubbock Auto Accident Attorneys

New Study Finds Ridesharing Services Linked To Higher Traffic Fatalities

We are fortunate enough to live in a time where we have access to many different options when it comes to transportation. Long gone are the days where relying on taxi cabs and public transportation were the norm for getting from point a to point b if you didn’t own a vehicle. Now, with the availability of ridesharing services like Uber and Lyft you can simply open an app and be on your way to your destination in no time.

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Lubbock Accident Attorneys

State of Texas First In Nation To Help Employees Obtain Transportation Safety Credentials

When it comes to Texas traffic, no one knows it better than the Texas Department of Transportation or TxDOT. While TxDOT helps manage the construction and maintenance of our local road systems, they are also involved in overseeing aviation, railways, and the various public transportation systems throughout Texas. Recently, TxDOT became the first agency in the United States to help its employees earn the Safety Certification for Transportation Project Professionals (SCTPP) endorsed by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).

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