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Blog Posts in October, 2016

  • Exploding Sunroofs Cited in Hundreds of Car Owner Complaints

    As if there were not enough auto defects consumers have to worry about, recent reports are coming in about randomly exploding sunroofs. Upwards of 400 complaints about self-shattering sunroofs have been filed so far, many of them with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). While it seems that the problem could be prevalent in numerous makes and models, a noticeable portion of ...
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  • National Teen Driver Safety Week 2016

    Reaching out to teenagers is notoriously difficult. Even trying to tell your teenage son or daughter the proper way to fold their laundry can be a battle of wits as they resist your instruction. So what is a parent to do if they need to teach their teenager the importance of safe driving techniques and behaviors? The Traffic Safety Marketing (TSM) group is looking to do its part in simplifying ...
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  • National School Bus Safety Week 2016

    The National Association for Pupil Transportation (NAPT) is bringing back the School Bus Safety Week Program. It will begin on October 17 th , 2016 this year and conclude on the 21 st . This is one of the most exciting safety programs geared to protect children in the nation, as it reaches thousands of school districts and countless children. Last year’s theme was “Bully Free Zone!” and addressed ...
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  • 5 Common Child Safety Seat Mistakes & How to Avoid Them

    Child car safety seats are a great and necessary way to protect young or small children from injuries caused by car accidents . Simply putting a child into a safety seat and expecting the best is not enough, however. Parents need to pay close attention to harnesses, seat size, child weight, and more to properly secure their little ones. Otherwise, the seat may afford them little to no protection ...
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