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Bruce Millar on January 7th, 2014

The New Year is a good time to make a resolution to stay safe on Georgia highways.  Careful, responsible driving is an easy resolution to keep. Here are five easy ways to stay safe: Slow down. Leaving five minutes early for appointments will help you avoid speeding and aggressive driving. And going easy on the […]


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Bruce Millar on December 4th, 2013

Texting, speeding, tailgating, drunk driving, aggression and road rage are problems on Georgia highways even on good days. During the holidays, these dangerous behaviors occur even more frequently. Parties, crowded roads, packed parking lots and rushed schedules can push already stressed-out drivers over the edge. The 2012 holiday season saw more than twice as many […]


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Bruce Millar on June 21st, 2013

Summer showers may be good for gardens but they cause car crashes in Georgia. Wet roadways can produce skids, slips and spinouts. Storm debris can block roads. And one wreck unfortunately tends to lead to another. Those were just some of the traffic headaches caused by nasty weather that recently soaked a large portion of […]


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Bruce Millar on June 5th, 2013

There were 1,223 traffic deaths in Georgia in 2011 many of which occurred because a driver ran a stop sign. That was apparently the case in Thomson on May 20, when a man was killed and a woman seriously injured in a three-vehicle accident caused when a driver blew through a stop sign. The following […]


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