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Video: CLARITIN Partners with NASCAR Driver Carl Edwards to Educate Motorists on the Importance of Being Clear to Drive(SM)

- Safe Driving Pledge Unveiled as Part of Nationwide Awareness Campaign - KENILWORTH, N.J., March 18 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- This spring allergy season, Schering-Plough (NYSE: SGP ), maker of the non-drowsy allergy medicine, CLARITIN, is continuing its partnership with allergy sufferer a...

Video: 'Clear to Drive' Campaign Educates Motorists on How to Prevent Drowsy Driving

Allergy Sufferer and NASCAR Sprint Cup Driver Carl Edwards Drives Home the Importance of Being Alert and Focused Behind the Wheel KENILWORTH, N.J., March 18 /PRNewswire/ -- ABOUT THE "CLEAR TO DRIVE" CAMPAIGN Drowsy driving can put anyone at risk for an accident, and NASCAR Sprint C...

CVS Samaritan Van Program Celebrates 30 Years of Helping Motorists on the Nation's Highways

- The program, sponsored by CVS/pharmacy, provides free roadside assistance in 9 major markets - WOONSOCKET, R.I., Feb. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- If you have ever been stuck on the side of the road with a flat tire, a dead battery, or other vehicular emergency, you are probably ...

Hospital-led Coalition Cautions Motorists on New Risks October 1, Lauds Legislative Leaders for Scheduling No-fault Hearings Next Week

TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Sept. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Florida's hospitals and the Coalition to Protect Florida's Drivers cautioned the state's motorists that they may face new exposure risks if involved in a car crash when no-fault auto insurance expires on Monday. However, the Coalition applauded Gove...

Older Motorists Improve Driving Performance With Physical Conditioning

New Haven, Conn. Older people who performed a physical conditioning program developed by researchers at Yale School of Medicine were able to maintain or enhance their driving performance, potentially leading to a safer and more independent quality of life. As the number of older drivers i...

Fines Paid By Speeding Motorists Used in Funding Spinal Cord Injury Research

The New York State Department of Health is using fines paid by speeding motorist to fund research on spinal cord injury, whose number-one cause nationwide is motor vehicle// accidents. The Spinal Cord Injury Research Program created in 1998 uses these fines to fund research, and three research pro...

Northeast Ohio Kicks Off the 2009 Click It or Ticket Campaign

...one of the lowest belt use rates in the state. Only 69% of Cuyahoga County motorists buckle up, compared to 76% statewide and 82% nationwide, and teens are less... goal of the enforcement effort is not to issue citations, but to give more motorists an incentive to buckle up every time they get in a car," said Interim Chief...

State Health Department Approves Closure Plan for Brownsville Tri-County Hospital

...ncy management systems have been notified the facility will not accept any ambulance patients. PennDOT will remove the blue "H" signs that direct motorists to the Brownsville Tri-County Hospital. Until the blue signs are removed, the hospital will accept walk-in emergency patients. CONTACT: S...

Car key jams teen drivers' cell phones

... sent monthly to insurance companies, which then would provide discounts to motorists with good scores. The score also could include data recorded via Global Po...California company that sold a product that provides traffic information to motorists using GPS satellites. ...

Turning Clocks Back Increases Risk of Drowsy Driving

...ail to recognize. It can be as dangerous as drinking and driving." A recent study by the National Sleep Foundation last year show 60 percent of U.S. motorists have driven while sleepy, and nearly 37 percent admit to having fallen asleep at the wheel. The risk of drowsy driving is especially prevalent among t...
Motorists in Biological News

Reducing the roadworks

... Cones, holes and temporary traffic lights the scourge of Britain's roads! But now scientists and industry have come together to reduce the misery of motorists caused by the repair, maintenance and upgrading of pipes and cables under the tarmac. They'll reveal how new technology will allow workers to virtuall...

Key to future medical breakthroughs is systems biology, say leading European scientists

...are able to find alternative routes. It is a similar scenario to setting up a roadblock: traffic will grind to a standstill for a short time, but soon motorists will start turning around and using side-roads to get to their destination. Just as the network of roads allows alternative routes to be used, the net...

Tellme Enters Automotive Market

...NC voice-command capabilities. Simply by speaking, motorists can access online services while keeping their eye...American spends 16.5 hours a week in a vehicle(1). motorists find it increasingly unacceptable to be cut off fr... uniquely positioned to deliver services that keep motorists informed, productive and entertained on the road,"...

Algae could one day be major hydrogen fuel source

... ARGONNE, Ill. (April 1, 2008) As gas prices continue to soar to record highs, motorists are crying out for an alternative that wont cramp their pocketbooks. Scientists at U.S. Department of Energys Argonne National Laboratory are answe...

Traffic control systems

...t stable, fuel consumption and emissions are reduced. Success depends on motorists However, the success of the new system will depend on how motorists react, Professor Helbing points out. Drivers are used to the present cycle ...

Toll charges reduce travel time

...ime of all travellers and harmful environmental effects whilst at the same time maximising toll incomes to pay, for example, for roadworks. Individual motorists mainly want to make their journeys as quick and cheap as possible. These considerations lead to a complex decision model in which the various variable...

Engineers discover why toucan beaks are models of lightweight strength

...andwich structure also behaves as a high energy impact-absorption system," said Meyers. "Panels that mimic toucan beaks may offer better protection to motorists involved in crashes." Toucans are highly social, noisy residents of rainforests in the Amazon, although the birds live as far north as Mexico. The...
Motorists in Biological Technology

State tax compromises prove that partisanship can be set aside for a while

...atically scheduled to increase between now and then, so the reduction amounts to about two-tenths of 1 cent per gallon. Still, even that cut will save motorists $46 million over two years. Increase the income-tax deduction for college tuition from the current maximum of $3,000 a year to twice the average amo...

UW-Madison engineers apply award-winning technology to road building

... Madison, Wis. motorists driving along the DeNeveu Creek bridge on Highway 151 near Fond du Lac will never notice the difference as they drive over a bridge that uses a new me...
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