Tag Archives: Driving Safety

Hands Free Myth

Do you think using a hands-free device – whether it’s an earpiece or a dashboard infotainment system – is the safe way to drive and talk on the phone?

Teens Texting and Driving

New study released by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety reminds us of the importance of talking with our teen drivers about texting and driving. Read the full comprehensive report and watch an important video on teen texting and driving

Safe Driving in Fog

Mark Wasylyshyn, Wood County Sheriff, is asking all drivers to drive with their headlights on during foggy conditions. Driving in fog is considered to be the most dangerous weather hazard, especially if it is exceptionally dense fog or combined with

Defensive Driving

Mark Wasylyshyn, Wood County Sheriff, is reminding all drivers that November is the highest month for vehicle /deer crashes. In 2013 we handled a total of two hundred and three vehicle/deer crashes. In just November of 2013 we handled thirty

Teens in Cars Report

A new study from Safe Kids Worldwide, made possible by a grant from the General Motors Foundation, surveyed 1,000 teens to learn why more teens die in motor vehicle crashes than from any other cause of death. The report highlights