Texting and Driving
Set up an automated reply for incoming text messages when you’re driving. You can reply when you get to your destination.
50 States of Speeding: Laws for every state in the U.S.
Speeding laws article for all states including Florida traffic ticket information
A Giant TV on the Back of Semi Trucks Could Make Passing Safer
Interesting story on transparent semi trucks which will make passing a truck safer….in the future.
Driving in Rain
As summer begins it is very important to watch for strong unexpected storms. If you are about to leave your house you should consider waiting until the storm passes if you are not on anytime constraints.
Why is driving in the rain so dangerous?
The main reason is because you lose your visibility of the cars in front of you, the road is not clear and stopping can be very difficult in the rain.
In our New York Defensive Driving Course we cover the topic of driving in the rain for more than 20 minutes just because car accidents increase considerable when it is raining. New York roads especially in the bigger cities are crowded and therefore this creates even more problems and higher crash rates.
Tallahassee Defensive Driving Course
Tallahassee Traffic School would like to wish all fathers a Happy Fathers Day! Drive safely and if you need our services in the future please visit our Tallahassee page at https://americansafetyinstitute.com/traffic-school/tallahassee-traffic-school/
Tallahassee Traffic School
We offer live classroom courses in Tallahassee for residents and students at the universities. Convenient times, locations and Saturday classes.
Located at the Wyndham Hotel 1355 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee, FL 32301 (Corner of Apalachee and Magnolia Drive – Across from Best Buy)
Courses offered: 4-Hour Florida Traffic School (for traffic tickets) and 4-Hour Florida First Time Driver course (for new drivers)
For more information please contact our main corporate Tallahassee office at 850-681-7233.
Windshield Devices Bring Distracted Driving Debate to Eye Level
In a widely watched YouTube video, a man is driving around Los Angeles when his phone rings. On a small screen mounted on the dashboard, an image of the caller, the man’s mother, appears.
But there’s an optical twist: The image actually looks to the driver as if it’s floating just at the front edge of the car, right above the roadway. The man answers the call with a gesture of his hand.