As of February 23, 2020 hands-free driving is the law in Massachusetts! The new law prohibits drivers of motor vehicles from using any electronic device, including mobile telephones, unless the device is used in hands-free mode. Distracted driving has sky-rocketed as...
According to a recent study, the average person checks their cell phone 100 times a day. While there is a time and a place for cell phones, job site cell phone use can be extremely dangerous. If you’re distracted for just a second while operating a power tool,...
Practice makes perfect. Well, close enough. Anything less than perfect can be costly when it comes to driving. That is especially true for young, inexperienced drivers. “The 100 Deadliest Days” is an ominous tagline referring to the period between Memorial Day and...
This is an excerpt from a blog written by Matt Zollner who works for our friends at Central Insurance. To read the entire blog you can visit the Central Blog HERE. I’m on the road pretty much every day for work and there’s not a day that goes by that I don’t see a...
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