Cintas flags down the road's worst driving offenders

Cintas offers tips to encourage safe driving.

7. The Rule Breaker – According to the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), speed is involved in about one third of traffic deaths each year, and is a problem that has seen little improvement over the past 30 years. Five rule breakers are those who don't wear seatbelts, frequently speed and ignore important signs and signals. To avoid costly tickets and car accidents, drivers must take proper precaution by fastening seatbelts, watching their speed and taking note of stop signs and red lights.

"With defensive driving training, workers will be more inclined to keep their eyes on the road, their hands on the wheel and their mind on safe driving behaviors," added Petersen. "To keep employees safe when they're not in their vehicles, we also offer a wide array of safety training courses to increase knowledge of CPR, fire extinguishers, bloodborne pathogens and other important topics."

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