One-Off Training Interventions Won’t Amount to Holistic Solutions

By Art Liggio on Dec 18, 2019 2:09:00 PM

Driver Training written on rural roadWithout consistent on-going driver training your employer becomes a prime target for negligent entrustment lawsuits.

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The Most Wonderful - And Dangerous - Time of the Year: Tips for Safe Holiday Travel

By Art Liggio on Nov 21, 2019 10:15:00 AM

Happy smiling family in the car looking backwards through open trunkFor most of my adult life, I’ve been a huge fan of Frank Sinatra’s music. One of his big holiday hits is a song written by Sammy Cohn and Jule Styne called the Christmas Waltz. Having recently heard the song one of the themes, “It’s that time of year,” kept playing over and over in my head. While the song is a romantic offering of the Christmas season, these lyrics resonant with me for much more serious reasons.

 

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Feel the Need for Speed? Let’s Take a Look At Your Time Management Skills

By Art Liggio on Oct 15, 2019 1:45:00 PM

crossover in winter forest-1Speeding continues to be a serious problem. It is a contributing factor in approximately one third of all fatal collisions. While speeding kills thousands on the highway, side roads have a fatality rate due to speeding almost three times that of interstates.

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All Above Average Drivers: Raise Your Hand. Really?

By Art Liggio on Sep 19, 2019 11:30:00 AM

Road to Improvement written on desert roadEach year Driving Dynamics trains thousands of drivers across North America through its one day, behind-the-wheel advanced safety courses. During the group discussions our instructors normally ask trainees to ‘raise their hand if they feel they’re above average drivers. Invariably, the vast majority do raise their hands backed up by comments such as: “You bet I am, I haven’t had an accident or a fender bender in over 20 years.” Hey. I know everything there is about driving correctly. As a matter of fact, I just taught my kid how to drive.”

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Don't Let Your Approach to Driver's Ed Fall Into the Parent Trap

By Art Liggio on Aug 28, 2019 2:03:00 PM

Excited woman buying a car and holding keysPicture this scenario: You, an experienced driver, are traveling through the city at the posted speed-limit. You find yourself negotiating busy intersections, changing traffic patterns―then all of a sudden your phone rings. What is your next move? What would you do if your teen was in the car beside you?

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