Last night, we had our third Big Hearted Biker event at Pisano’s Restaurant. It was originally planned for two weeks ago but was rained out. It was worth the wait because the weather couldn’t have been better. We had a great mix of different motorcycle groups and families come by. This event was unusual in […]
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Do You Know the Laws on Speeding in Georgia?
Super Speeder Law State ‘Super Speeder Law’ Gets Tough On Illegal Speeders Since January 1st, 2010 the ‘Super Speeder Law’ has been in effect in Georgia. And any high-risk drivers who make a habit of ignoring posted speed limits will be the first to feel the pinch of higher state fines (called fees) on their […]
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Georgia Hands-Free Law
Georgia’s Hands-Free Law Took Effect July 1, 2018 The “Hands-Free” law was a big deal back in 2018 when it was first released. With Covid-19, politics, and many other issues making headlines, how much have you thought about the hands-free laws? It might be helpful to review what is acceptable to stay safe and legal. […]
Dancing and Networking at our 2021 is the Best Year Ever Event!
We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves at Celebrity Ballroom Dance Studio as part of our ‘2021 is the Best Year Ever‘ series! We have some fabulous events planned for the rest of the year, so Sign Up Now to be notified about upcoming events, and make sure you grab a free t-shirt if you don’t have one […]
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Car Seat Ease-of-Use Ratings
NHTSA’s Ease-of-Use Ratings let you compare how easy it is to use certain car seat features so you can make informed decisions about the right car seat. Using the Car Seat Finder, just enter your child’s age, height and weight, then click on “View Detail” in the “Ease-of-Use Ratings” column next to the car seat brand, […]
Keeping Safety in Mind During the Car Buying Process
GOVERNMENT 5-STAR SAFETY RATINGS The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is the agency of the U.S. Department of Transportation that conducts safety tests to determine how well new vehicles protect drivers and passengers during a crash, how well vehicles resist rollovers, and whether vehicles equipped with the latest safety technologies can help drivers avoid […]
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Motor Vehicle Deaths Estimated To Be Highest in 2020
Motor Vehicle Deaths Estimated To Be Highest in 2020 This was shocking news to learn. How is it that during a pandemic when less cars were on the road than any other year in recent history, the number of deaths and serious injuries were at an all time high? According the the National Safety […]
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Stop. Trains Can’t. Safety Campaign
2021 Stop. Trains Can’t. FACT SHEET The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) are teaming up once again for the Stop. Trains Can’t. safety campaign to remind drivers to stop at railroad crossings. The campaign, which begins March 22, 2021 […]
New Motorcyclist Community Events to Benefit Non-Profits
A global pandemic. Worldwide lockdowns. Quarantined, closed in, and movement of almost every kind restricted; this is what 2020 brought us. The new year is bringing renewed spirits and a vibrating appeal for freedom. Few things symbolize American freedom and yearning for the open roads quite like motorcycles. While the first half of 2020 had […]
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Raising the Bar- Lunch and Learn Bimonthly Series- February 2020
Piedmont Injury Law Features Dr Pham of Pham Chiropractic for chiropractic lunch and learn series This February, we were able to listen to Edward Pham, DC, speak on “Pain in the Lumbar Spine: Accuracy in Imaging, Diagnosis, and Treatment.” These bi-monthly events are free to attend and built to help us all improve our practices […]
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