The semester is coming to a close, and for a lot of people, that means braving the roads to head home for the holiday break. Here are some safety tips that should help make your drive a safer one!
UDS Symposium COVID-19 Protocols
Because our top priority is the safety and well-being of our UDS Teams, the Youth Transportation Safety (YTS) Program will have the following protocols in place in compliance with CDC […]
Roadside Survival, Part Cuatro – Out of Gas
You must be thinking… Who really runs out of gas? Seriously? Well, it happens more than you think.
Roadside Survival, Part Tres – Tire Issues
One of the top reasons for pulling over, roadside, is a blown out or flat tire. Let’s be honest, being in that situation stinks, but not being prepared to quickly remedy the situations just makes it all the more worst.
Spring Break International!
Some interesting facts about spring break show that on average 1.5 million students go on spring break vacations every year and it is during that time that many of these students put themselves at the most risk. It has been shown that on average college students are more prone to binge drink (more than 10 drinks per day) and students who are not typical drinkers will increase their consumption during this week also1.