The Latest in Motorcycle Safety

The Latest in Motorcycle Safety

Hearing Impaired Nevada Rider Class Nevada Rider in partnership with the Deaf Centers of Nevada held a first of its kind motorcycle safety class for hearing impaired riders in Northern Nevada last September. With over four months of preparation and coordination, participants walked away with valuable, lifesaving motorcycle information. Minor changes were made to how …

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Nevada Awarded $15,000 Grant to Support Drowsy Driving Prevention Efforts

In May, the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) and the National Road Safety Foundation (NRSF) announced that Nevada was one of four states receiving a grant to educate law enforcement and communities on drowsy driving. This November, the Nevada Office of Traffic Safety provided training for law enforcement through the Joining Forces Program at the …

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NDOT Installs New Milepost Signs

As part of numerous highway improvement projects that are currently underway through the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT), new highway mile marker signs are being installed. The new signs provide increased visibility since the sign is placed with the top of the sign five feet above the roadway and the signs are more than twice …

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Technologies Can Reduce Cell Phone Distracted Driving

The Federal Government reports that more than 3,000 people each year are killed on U.S. roadways due to distracted driving. Approximately 70% of drivers also admit to using cell phones despite knowing the dangers of distracted driving. What many people do not know is that app developers are helping make your phone a device to …

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