Drugged Driving Among Senior Citizens a Growing Concern
With age may come wisdom, but for some, it may also come with medical conditions—and some of them could require prescription medication. Unfortunately for many older, mobile Americans, meds and travel don't mix.
Need Sleep? Then You Might Be at Greater Risk of a Crash
If you've been skimping on sleep, listen up: Getting less than four hours of shut-eye each day gives you about the same level of impairment as being legally drunk.
FDA Taking Action on Exploding E-Cigarettes
The FDA announced recently that it will host a two-day public workshop in April to gather information and discuss safety concerns related to e-cigarette batteries.
Introducing Snyder's Drivers
We'd like to invite you to join Snyder's Drivers, a community of people committed to help keep our roads safer for everyone.
5 Things to Know About PA's 2015 Crash Statistics
It's important to note that while fatal crashes decreased across the board in 2015, in many categories, crash injuries are on the rise.
These Were the Top 5 Workplace Hazards in 2016
The prevalence of workplace injuries brings an old saying to mind: Luck favors the prepared. That's because workplace injuries can often be prevented altogether through education and training, as well as the proper use of personal protective gear.
Holiday DUI Crashes, Arrests Up in 2016
The countdown to the 2016 Christmas holiday came with stern warnings from law enforcement officials to party people throughout the Keystone State: Drive sober or get pulled over. It was a warning that, unfortunately, went unheeded by hundreds of people.
Still need a New Year's resolution? We have a couple ideas to offer up for motorcyclists.
Try One of These New Year's Resolutions
The holidays are officially over: The iconic ball has dropped, the corks have been popped and a new year is now upon us. Might we suggest one of these resolutions?