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Etiquette on the Highway

Have you ever felt as though you were the only good driver on the highway, while everyone else was either driving unsafe, driving too slow or just driving poorly overall? Despite how good you might think your driving is, chances are, many of the...

Etiquette on the Highway

Have you ever felt as though you were the only good driver on the highway, while everyone else was either driving unsafe, driving too slow or just driving poorly overall? Despite how good you might think your driving is, chances are, many of the...

Senior Driver Safety

Older Americans today are healthier and more active than ever before. The aging baby boomer generation is the fastest-growing demographic in the U.S. By 2030, there will be more than 70 million people age 65 and older, and approximately 85-90 percent of them will be licensed to drive.

Car Crashes

When you examine car crashes, you must understand one thing, they just don’t happen. Driving skills are becoming less important as we head to more and more ridiculous safety features. If you want to decrease traffic crashes, take the millions invested in driverless cars and put that money into creating better drivers.

Safety Issues and Recalls

Here at the American Safety Institute we want you to be as safe on the road as possible. There’s a lot that happens during driving that is outside our control and the mechanical conditions of your car can be one.

Defensive Driving Tips

ant to make the roads safer, while protecting you, your loved ones and your car? Take the first step by honing your defensive driving skills. These tips can help you become more fully engaged in your journeys and stay safe behind the wheel.

Everyone is a Pedestrian

After two years of marked increases, the number of pedestrian fatalities in the U.S. is holding steady with nearly 6,000 pedestrians killed in 2017, according to estimates from the Governors Highway Safety Association. Most crashes involving pedestrians occur at non-intersections.