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Fall is in the Air – Driver and Pedestrian Safety

It’s that time of year again, school is starting up which means more people on the road during rush hour. Whether you are walking, biking, or driving to your destination there a few things to remember to keep everyone safe. Drivers, obey the traffic laws, pay attention, and be defensive in driving. Pedestrians, be… Read More »

Avoid Being Bitten by a Dog this Summer

Avoid Being Bitten by a Dog this Summer

Dogs are a man’s best friend and can be one of the most reliable companions in life. Having a furry side kick makes life less stressful and owners more active. Animals can be finnicky at times and act aggressively in certain situations. No one wants to be bitten by a dog it can be… Read More »

End of Summer Bustle - Avoid Roadside Emergencies

End of Summer Bustle – Avoid Roadside Emergencies

Since summer is winding down, some of us are thinking of ways to get out of dodge for one last hurrah. Before bustling along the freeway there are a few things to check to make sure you and your friends and family arrive alive. Taking a couple safety precautions before you put the rubber to the road… Read More »

Upcoming Rides this Weekend (May 3 – 6, 2018)

There are a few upcoming rides this weekend! It’s going to be an exciting weekend with these rides and the weather is not going to be too shabby! Utah Law Enforcement Memorial Service May 3, 2018 at the West Lawn of the Utah State Capitol in Salt Lake City, UT at 11:00 a.m. Please… Read More »

Gift Ideas for Your Mother

Gift Ideas for Your Mother

We know that finding gifts for your mother on Mother’s Day is difficult sometimes. Let’s make it easier for you and give you some gift ideas that we think your mother will love: Amazon Echo 2nd Generation Being a mom is one of the hardest jobs on the planet. Wouldn’t it be nice to… Read More »

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