Post Tagged with: "driving"


Feeling the Need for Speed: Closer than You Think

Feeling the Need for Speed: Closer than You Think

Everyone who gets behind the wheel for the first time, whether they realize it or not, has an emotional reaction to the power of “going.” Whether you were a metal-mouthed teenager driving a beater or learning to drive late in life, the feeling you got when you stepped on the […]

April 2, 2021 ×


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Adjust driving habits when driving in fog

Courtesy of German automobile clubs

Dense fog, wet leaves and the first black ice — this is autumn.

October 9, 2014 ×


Making it home: Safety key from road, house

Courtesy of 86th Airlift Wing Safety Office

Going home at the end of the day is a welcomed experience for most people after a busy day, but without the right precautions, driving can be hazardous during the winter months. Vehicle accidents increase at an alarming rate during colder weather because many drivers fail to compensate for the increased driving hazards created by sleet, ice and snow.

December 5, 2013 ×


Season brings safety to forefront

by Col. Leslie Smith
86th Airlift Wing vice commander

Now that the warm days of summer are quickly becoming a distant memory, the coolness of October reminds us it is time to start planning for a safe winter. As crazy as the weather can be here, it’s never too soon to make sure you’re ready.

October 10, 2013 ×