r December is a busy month with so much to do. We find ourselves involved with school and church events, community programs, Christmas shopping and package mailing. We have a lot to do and our daily schedule gets very busy. In December, we have the arrival of snow and ice on the roads and streets. It is also a time of year with more darkness and reduced visibility. This is a joyous time of year, but it is also a statistically dangerous time of year. An accident can destroy the joy of the season. Slow down, think ahead of your vehicle and think of every vehicle as a threat to your wellbeing.
Not only do we have the hazards associated with winter driving, it is also the season of the distracted driver. This writer has witnessed several automobiles driving past stop signs and running red lights. This is the season where people are thinking about the shopping list, the next three places they are supposed to go, or just trying to get home through traffic with drivers in the same rush. Look for the threat of distracted drivers at every intersection. Anticipate that a distracted holiday driver will pull out in front of you at any time and ruin your day. At Serve Daily we want you to have a safe day on the streets and roads and you can only do that by looking at every vehicle as a threat to your good day.