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October 2016

(About 85% of Vermont businesses have 20 or less employees. Thus it is often difficult for some of these firms to establish comprehensive workplace traffic safety programs complete with safety officers and detail policies. The following is a suggested policy that is simple and straight

The Inspectors working in the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Section of the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles are continually expecting the unexpected . . . from saving lives to apprehending wanted individuals. Last month we talked about an inspector saving the life of an infant in southern

(reprinted from the Vermont Highway Safety Program monthly newsletter)   The New England Regional Child Passenger Safety (CPS) Conference was held September 9th through the 11th. This was the first Regional Child Passenger Safety Conference hosted by the Vermont Department of Health’s CPS program and the Governor’s

AAA is urging drivers to properly secure their loads to prevent dangerous debris on the roads. From 2011 through 2014, there were more than 200 thousand crashes involving debris on the nation's highways according to a new study from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. The

Just when you thought that some motorists would be aware that speeding is against the law, you learn that that is not necessarily so. Take, for example, routine reports from the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Section of the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles.    Early last month