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It goes without saying that 2020 has been a very strange year. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, countless people have been forced to change their plans and miss out on things that they normally count on as annual traditions, like summer vacations, 4th of July parties, and celebrations for other holidays like Easter, Mother’s Day,

For many teens, the summer months can mean many things, including a chance for them to take a driver’s training class or get experience behind the wheel. But once school is over for the year, that extra free time means the beginning of a risky time of year for teen drivers. The time between Memorial

For many drivers, GPS is a routine part of their driving habits, whether they’re just out running errands or taking a road trip. Very rarely do drivers reference paper maps when they need to figure out how to reach a destination. Instead, services like Google Maps, MapQuest, and Waze can instantly suggest a few different

Car crashes can happen for a wide range of reasons, but the sad reality is that many of those crashes were completely preventable. Crashes caused by distracted driving are just one type of extremely preventable car crash. When we talk about distracted driving, it’s important to remember that it can be much more than using

Learning how to drive can be a very exciting time for young people, but it can also be a very stressful experience. Trying to learn a new skill can be tough, but driving is a skill that’s a major responsibility. And for new drivers who fully understand the level of responsibility that driving involves can

Spring is officially here and as we start getting to enjoy some warmer weather and more daylight, it’s easy to think that there are fewer weather-related road hazards to worry about as you drive. But just because we’re less likely to be dealing with ice and snow at this point in the year, that doesn’t

Under the shelter-in-place order put in place to prevent the spread of coronavirus in Michigan,  restrictions were placed on who can and cannot be legally obligated to report to work in person. While some types of workers who are considered non-essential have either been laid off, furloughed, or have been temporarily working remotely, those who

Right now, it’s more important than ever to put safety first in all aspects of our lives. Not only does everyone need to take the appropriate measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus, it’s essential that we do our best to prevent accidents that could potentially lead to serious injuries. With hospital resources being prioritized

Food services, without a doubt, are an essential service. Everybody needs to eat, whether it’s by ordering a meal from a local restaurant or by cooking for themselves with ingredients from the grocery store or farmer’s market. Even if you do your best to keep a well-stocked pantry, there’s a very good chance that you

Throughout the COVID-19 outbreak, one of the key things we’ve been told to do is stay home as much as possible. But while many businesses have been ordered to temporarily close their doors until things calm down, not all businesses are closed for business. Here in Michigan, many businesses that have been deemed essential have

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