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TDOT Fatality Ticker

In the earlier months of 2012, the Tennessee Department of Transportation began to use the electronic signs above the highways to display a continuous ticker of the number of traffic fatalities throughout the state.  The signs were intended to increase highway safety throughout the state.  The result of a grieving mother whose son was killed a few years prior in a traffic accident, the electronic reminders were the topic of several controversial

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Top Ten Most Dangerous Foods

According to The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the top ten most dangerous foods are: 1. Coffee. Even with a travel lid, hot coffee can find its way out of the opening when you hit a bump. 2. Hot soup. Many people drink it like coffee and run the same risks. 3. Tacos. Any food that can disassemble itself will leave your car looking like a salad bar. 4. Chili dogs. Huge potential for drips and slops down the front of clothing.

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Pledge Day: No Text On Board

Apart from being one of the world’s most popular cell phone companies, AT&T has been the premier vehicle in informing the world of the dangers of texting and driving.  Introducing its “It Can Wait” campaign, AT&T has taken a stand against distracted driving across the country, and has focused most of its program targeting young teens as they start their journey behind the wheel.  The website is the best out there!  It is interactive

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