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Young advocate for teen text free driving!

It is comforting to know that there are other people in the community beside ourselves that support teen driving safety and text-free driving. When Kara asked us to publish her video about the deadliness of texting and driving, of course we said a big YES! Kara is a Junior at Madonna University in Livonia, Michigan. […]

Students From East Fairmont High School Take Pledge Against Distracted Driving

From left to right: Bailey Frederick, Maddie Lafollette, Patrick Thompson, Lexie Myers, Jacob Bolander and Susan Miley With April being distracted driving awareness month, students at East Fairmont High School took a pledge to not text and drive while helping spread the word about the dangers of distracted driving. With the support of The Miley Legal Group […]

The Fight Against Distracted Driving

Watching sitcoms from the 1980’s and 90’s depicts teenagers as always tying up the phone lines with the latest high school gossip. Now in the age of cell phones this has all changed and texting is now the main channel of communication among the younger generation. In fact, I bet the use of a land […]

Best way to Prevent 35,000 Deaths

The recent mechanical problem in some of Toyota’s models has subjected the company to much scrutiny by the media. While some motor vehicle accidents and deaths are caused by mechanical failure, the media dramatically inflated the problem and transferred the blame from human error to mechanical failure. There have been 15 deaths as a result […]