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Imagine eliminating transportation accidents with a few simple procedures each time before you start up your vehicle. Now imagine having a significant reduction in accidents in your terminal, or even in your entire fleet of vehicles.

Airlines have been doing pre-flight procedures for years. 

Insurance Companies have offered discounts to large fleet users  who do a pre-driving checklist.

Save1Life.org now offers this opportunity for the transportation industry with it’s low cost, highly effective transparent sticker that  attaches to the insidewindshield providing  simple reminders .

Does it work?

Simply attach the sticker to the windshield of any vehicle and follow the instructions on the sticker to ensure safety from Start to Finish.

Does it work?

This idea was implemented in a dedicated account where over 50 trucks operated and backing was a very regular activity, as a result there was a very apparent reduction in backing accident frequency on this group of dedicated trucks.

Troy A. Favero
Terminal Manager
Swift Trucking Utah

 

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

 

2006 Police-Reported Motor Vehicle Traffic Crashes
Crash Type Large Trucks
Fatal 4,321
Injury 77,000
Property Damage Only 287,000
Total 368,000

Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) and General Estimates System (GES).

 

Save Driving for Everyone

 

Preparation is key to eliminating accidents. Silent Reminder helps to prepare drivers to be in the right mind, to not be distracted, and to be prepared for any incident before it happens.

Airlines have been doing pre-flight procedures for years.

Insurance Companies have offered discounts to large fleet users who enact a pre-driving checklist.

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About the Save1Life Solution

 

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 Semis is 450 feet at 65 MPH on a flat dry surface and excellent driving conditions.

Six seconds is the stopping distance in a automobile on a level dry surface going sixty five There are always two or more vehicles involved. Towing, ambulance and high medical expenses and death are the result of these kind's of accidents.  Stay back use the six/eight second rule. Stop at least ten to twenty feet behind the vehicle in front of you at all stops as a safety measure.What's your stopping distance? Semis is 450 feet at 65 MPH on a flat dry surface and excellent driving conditions. Six seconds is the stopping distance in a automobile on a level dry surface going sixty five miles per/hour