Saturday, March 30, 2019

Don't SKRRT Campaign Wrap Up !

Thank You Community Partners 
and #S4SD 
for supporting our 2019 Campaign !

799 Students and Staff took the pledge to drive safely

100% of student drivers wear their seat belts

Remind your passengers to do the same !

Sunday, February 24, 2019

Driving Safety Tip #5 - What To Do If You're Stuck!

Thank You to AA Police Department
and Washtenaw County Road Commission
for safe driving tips this season!

Tip #5 - I'm Stuck ... Now What?

Call for Help
Know Where You Are
Are You in a Safe Place to Wait?
Run Your Car Just long enough to Stay Warm

Be Safe in Winter Weather! #S4SD

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Driving Safety Tip #4 from the Ann Arbor Police Department

Driving Safety Tip - Slow Down!

When road conditions are snowy and icy,
keep extra distance between you and the car in front of you.

Maintain your slower speed - keep it smooth and gradual.

If you skid, steer in the direction that the skid takes you.


Saturday, February 16, 2019

Follow The Plow !

Fact: The Washtenaw County Road Commission 
is responsible for winter maintenance on 1,649 miles of county roads 
and 598 lane-miles of state highways and expressways.

Give them a break!

Slow Down and Follow The Plow !!


Friday, February 15, 2019

Driving Tip #3 - Before You Go ... Ask These Questions

Thank You Ann Arbor Police Department

for Tip #3

When driving in winter weather ask yourself ...

Is this trip important?
Should I share my route?
Can I leave earlier to give myself time?

Don't SKRRT!

Sunday, February 10, 2019

Safe Driving Tip #2 - Winter Weather Safety

Officer Doug Martelle from the Ann Arbor Police Department

recommends that each time you get into your car, do a 

quick visual inspection.

Do your headlights and signals work?

Are your tires and wiper blades in order?

Is your gas tank and washer solvent filled up?



Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Safe Driving Tip #1 from the Ann Arbor Police Department

Thank You to Officer Doug Martelle, AAPD,

for his presentation at the PTSO!

Winter Driving Tip #1

Build an Emergency Kit

It should include a snow brush and ice scraper, hazard lights, bottled water and food, a rechargeable flashlight, a small shovel, sand or cat litter, jumper cables, blanket and gloves, a cell phone charger, and a first aid kit.

If you need an ice scraper, SkyWell is passing them out at the Expo. 
Come by our table!