Traffic Safety

The Arctic is drunk. That’s how science blogger, Greg Laden, describes the current weather phenomena: The mass of cold air that typically sits atop the north pole has stumbled down the western hemisphere, dumping ice, feet of snow, and extreme temperatures on the United States. Even Georgia, Florida, and Louisiana are feeling the freeze. Recent winters have been relatively mild … Continue reading “What Happens to Our Roads In a ‚ÄúPolar Vortex‚ÄĚ”

Traffic Awareness

It‚Äôs no secret that teenagers are posing a greater risk behind the wheel.¬† After all, various states implement different degrees of Cinderella licenses, and the growing problem of texting while driving is also making the road a little more dangerous. That‚Äôs why teenage driving awareness is an important mission in this country.¬† May is National Youth Traffic Safety Awareness Month, … Continue reading “May is National Youth Traffic Safety Awareness Month”

Traffic Safety

With the warm weather on the horizon, traffic safety¬†commissions¬†across the country are getting ready for more bicyclists and pedestrians on the road. One region in particular, is significantly bumping up their efforts. ¬†From Northern¬†Virginia¬†into suburban Maryland, police are gearing up for a springtime crackdown of motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians that break traffic safety laws. It’s a good thing too, in … Continue reading “DC Unveils a Shocking Traffic Safety Campaign”

News

Today we are very excited to announce the launch of The safety Resource Center, the official blog of the Traffic Safety Store. This new blog will serve as an informational resource and knowledge center for anyone looking for information on traffic safety best practices, products, and the latest industry news. The focus of our content will include helpful specifications for … Continue reading “Launch of The Safety Resource Center”