How to make sure you are safe on the road ahead

GREENFIELD, Iowa — Drivers who can’t wait to get to work in the fall may want to brace for more bad news this fall, according to the latest research.

For the first time, the American Automobile Association and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration released their annual safety report for 2018, highlighting the need to stay alert in the spring.

It also offers tips for keeping safe on our roadways this fall.

Here are a few things to keep in mind when you’re traveling:1.

Drivers who can wait are not going to be happy about this report.

The AAA has been calling on drivers to be on the lookout for road hazards this fall and winter.

“We want people to be able to drive safely in the winter and summer,” said Dan Littrell, president of the association.

More than 90% of all crashes in the United States occur on our roads during the winter months, according the AAA.

So, the biggest challenge drivers face this fall will be keeping themselves safe.

If you have to get off the road, don’t go into a tunnel, don.

Keep a safe distance from your vehicle and keep your speed at less than 30 mph.2.

Drivers may need to get used to having a car next to them.

We can’t stress this enough: the best way to avoid a collision is to get behind the wheel and drive safely, according Dr. Richard Hirsch, a professor at the University of Colorado, Boulder.

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You don’t have to be a driver to stay safe on a busy road.

There are lots of things drivers can do to help reduce the risk of collisions.

Take your hands off the wheel, keep your seatbelt on and remember to buckle up, said Littlev.

If you’re at work, your carpool carpools with the driver.

It can be safer if you are not wearing a seatbelt.4.

If a collision does happen, you can get help.

If there is a crash in progress, call 911.

You can also call your local police department or call the National Emergency Number at 1-800-222-1222.

The real reason we don’t like Justin Bieber’s new album (part 2)

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The band doesn’t need to record in Nashville.

In a new interview with Rolling Stone, singer Justin Bieber explains that his new album was recorded in Nashville, because that’s where his fans are from.

“I don’t want to go to Nashville, so I had to get rid of the Nashville label, and I don’t know if that’s the best thing,” Bieber told the magazine.

“They’re not doing that because they’re afraid of losing a deal, or if they’re just not willing to be in Nashville anymore.

I want to do something that is a little bit more fun.”

While some critics have said the record is more fun to listen to than anything else on the album, Bieber insists that the songwriting is as good as it gets.

“My music is not a lot different from what I wrote on my first record,” he said.

“It’s all based on songs that I wrote when I was young.

I have the same heart as the songs.

There’s nothing new.

The lyrics are just the same.

I don, like, want to be anything else than the guy that I am.

I’m just trying to create something new. “

What’s exciting about this album is that I’m not trying to make something different than what’s already out there.

I’m just trying to create something new.

I think it’s exciting that this album comes out this way, because I want this to be my next record.”

The record was recorded using a new digital tool called Rodeo that was developed by the company SoundScan.

“You can’t really make music that good with a bunch of old gear,” said Bieber.

“But Rodeos sound like a piece of furniture, so that’s great.”

Bieber said that he wrote all of the songs himself, and that they’re all pretty simple, so he didn’t have to think too hard about the instrumentation or the production.

“We’ve been working on this for six months, and we finally got the time to write it, and it’s good,” he told Rolling Stone.

“Because you get to know a song, you start to understand it better, and then you just know.

And when you’re writing the lyrics, you just understand them so much more.”

In addition to being able to write and record on his own, Bieber also used his own synthesizer to create some of the more catchy songs on the new record.

“He used to do it all the time,” said Justin Bieber.

The new album also features songs written by his bandmates, including Pharrell Williams, Justin Timberlake, and Selena Gomez.

It’s still unclear how much of the new material will be released on the Billboard 200 chart.

Billboard will also keep an eye on the record, and will keep track of the status of all the artists on the chart and the chart’s future chart placement, if any.

“All the artists in the album are on the charts, and some are higher than others,” Bieber said.

He added that he will “stay tuned” to Billboard for updates.

How Rasmussen Reports: Rasmussen Reports (3-2) Approves of GOP’s Obamacare replacement plan

Rasmussen Reports today released its third-quarter health care report, which found that a majority of Americans, including 73 percent of Republicans, support repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, a major political accomplishment in the current political environment.

The Rasmussen Reports national survey found that 71 percent of Americans approve of President Donald Trump’s efforts to get rid of the Affordable Covered Care Act and 64 percent approve of the Republican Congress’ efforts to repeal and replace the law.

The survey also found that 56 percent of people support Medicaid expansion in the United States, with 57 percent opposed.

On the Democratic side, 57 percent of Democrats approve of Republican Rep. John Faso’s effort to repeal the ACA, while 49 percent disapprove of Democratic Rep. Jared Huffman’s efforts.

On the Republican side, 51 percent approve and 45 percent disapprove.

The survey found support for Trump’s repeal effort among all demographic groups, including white, male and Republican.

Democrats were more likely than Republicans to favor repealing the ACA and Trump’s effort.

In addition to Republicans and independents, majorities of voters in all age groups, as well as younger people, favor repealing and/or replacing the ACA.

The support for repealing and reducing the federal government’s role in health care has grown in recent years, with 58 percent of voters under 30 supporting repeal and 25 percent supporting repeal, according to the survey.

The report also found broad support for the Republican effort to replace the ACA with something more akin to a state-run health insurance plan.

Fifty-four percent of respondents favored this approach, while 40 percent opposed it and 7 percent were unsure.

The overall results were similar to a recent CNN/ORC poll.

The CNN/Orc poll was conducted March 6-10 and had a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.

Rasmussen Reports is a nonpartisan, nonprofit research organization.

The views expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author.