State Farm® values the importance of keeping our neighbors safe and has directly invested $5,821.80 into the Teens in the Driver Seat program for the state of Michigan.
State Farm® values the importance of keeping our neighbors safe and has directly invested $4,851.50 into the Teens in the Driver Seat program for the state of Indiana.
High school student teams were asked to observe teen drivers and log if they were or were not visibly using an electronic device. Junior High student teams were asked to observe adult drivers and log electronic use.
As a continuation of last year’s discovery, when we compare schools that have participated in the activity multiple years with first-year activity schools, we found that the multi-year (participated 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 years) young driver pre-observations were higher than first-year young driver pre-observations. These results suggest regular focus on this risk is resulting in less young driver distractions over time.
You must be thinking… Who really runs out of gas? Seriously? Well, it happens more than you think.
One of the top reasons for pulling over, roadside, is a blown out or flat tire. Let’s be honest, being in that situation stinks, but not being prepared to quickly remedy the situations just makes it all the more worst.
What do you do if you get a flat tire or your engine dies out while on the road? The first thing you have to do is find a safe spot to pull over. Here are some tips!