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Do you have a problem with tailgaters on the roadways of your town or on the highways during your travels? During the Christmas Holiday Shopping Season, tailgating can be a prelude and set up for robbery, so be careful.

Read more about holiday and driving safety and look at a great thing we’d like to announce to tailgaters: You there! You are tailgating. This is not allowed…

AND HOW ABOUT HEADLIGHT GLARE COMING AT YOU ON THE ROAD!?!

Why don’t people turn down their highbeams when they don’t need them? Something should be done about that.  But if your own eyes are sensitive to headlight glare and show other symptoms as well, it could mean an easily treatable condition, or something worse.  Have it checked out and save yout sight.

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