How to avoid road rage during the season of peace

By Erik Harden, BWC Public Information Officer People have a lot to stress about right now. Making six dozen cookies for the neighbor’s cookie exchange. Psyching yourself up for Christmas dinner with the in-laws. Hearing “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus” for the 20th time in the past 24 hours. It’s enough to make even … Continue reading How to avoid road rage during the season of peace

Get to your Thanksgiving feast safe and sound

Buckle Up – Every Trip. Every Time. By Erik Harden, BWC Public Information Officer For many of us Thanksgiving includes piling into a car and travelling to visit family and friends. In fact, Thanksgiving weekend is the year’s busiest travel weekend. Whether you’re driving across the street or across the country to reach your Thanksgiving feast, … Continue reading Get to your Thanksgiving feast safe and sound

Fall driving: Don’t get left in the dark

By Michelle Francisco, BWC Safety Council Program Manager Are you looking forward to that extra hour of sleep this weekend? You’ll feel refreshed, more alert and aware with that extra rest. Maybe not. Studies show there is generally an increase in the average number of collisions during the late-afternoon commute in the two weeks following … Continue reading Fall driving: Don’t get left in the dark

Halloween driving safety: Ghouls and goblins just ahead

By Bob Braun, Regional Business Development Manager BWC advocates safe driving all year long, but we all must remember to be especially attentive on the roadways tomorrow. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that Halloween is consistently one of the top three days for pedestrian injuries and fatalities. Because excited trick-or-treaters often forget about … Continue reading Halloween driving safety: Ghouls and goblins just ahead