travel safety

A vacation can be the highlight of the year. By following simple safety tips you can make sure your next vacation is as safe as it is fun. Whether your flying, driving or sailing the resources below will help you stay safe.

Safe Driving Tips from State Farm

National Transportation Safety Board

USA.Gov Travel Safety

SafeCar.Gov

National Highway Transportation

Transportation Security Administration

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Travel Information

Child Safety Seats

Despite a 43 percent drop in road crash deaths of children 12 and younger from 2002-11, more than 9,000 children in that age group died in crashes during that period, according to a report from the CDC.

Keep your children safe by using approved child safety seats. CCFR can help with the proper installation of you car seat. Call 636.970.9700 for more information.

Visit the National Highway Transportation Administration's Parents Central for more information about keeping kids safe in the car. 

Distracted Driving

Each day in the United States, more than nine people are killed and more than 1,153 peopled are injured in crashes that are reported to involved a distracted driver, according to a report from the CDC. Distracted driving applies to anything that takes your eyes off the road, your hands off the steering wheel, or interrupts your concentration while driving. Keep your focus on the road when you are driving.

Visit the National Highway Transportation Administration page for more information.