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Turn those headlights on

If you need your wipers on, you need your headlights on. State law requires headlights to be on while driving during inclement weather. (§ 55-9-406) "The headlights shall be displayed during the period from one half (1/2) hour after sunset to one half (1/2) hour before sunrise, during fog, smoke, or rain and at all other times when there is not sufficient light to render clearly discernible any person on the road at a distance of two hundred feet (200') ahead of the vehicle."
2014-10-08T09:14:38+00:00
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If you need your wipers on, you need your headlights on. State law requires headlights to be on while driving during inclement weather. (§ 55-9-406) “The headlights shall be displayed during the period from one half (1/2) hour after sunset
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Move over

Please move over when you see our First Responders on scene.

The "Move Over Law,"  (Tenn. Code Ann. 55-8-132) requires motorists to move over into the adjacent lane of traffic, when safe to do so, or alternatively to slow down for emergency vehicles.
2014-10-08T09:53:35+00:00
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Please move over when you see our First Responders on scene. The “Move Over Law,”  (Tenn. Code Ann. 55-8-132) requires motorists to move over into the adjacent lane of traffic, when safe to do so, or alternatively to slow down
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When to DIAL 911

If you have an emergency, DIAL 911! If it is not an emergency, please dial 615-384-4911 to reach us.

If you are in doubt if it is an emergency or not, DIAL 911 to be safe.
2014-10-08T11:24:44+00:00
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If you have an emergency, DIAL 911! If it is not an emergency, please dial 615-384-4911 to reach us. If you are in doubt if it is an emergency or not, DIAL 911 to be safe.
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Five seconds is the average time your eyes are off the road while texting. When traveling at 55mph, that's enough time to cover the length of a football field.

Reaching for a phone, dialing, texting and other uses of portable devices increased the risk of getting into a crash by three times.

11% of all drivers under 20 involved in fatal crashes were reported as distracted. This age group has the largest proportion of drivers who were distracted.
2014-10-17T09:57:55+00:00
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Five seconds is the average time your eyes are off the road while texting. When traveling at 55mph, that’s enough time to cover the length of a football field. Reaching for a phone, dialing, texting and other uses of portable
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Get ready for Winter!

When temperatures drop significantly below normal, staying warm and safe can be a challenge.

Use these tips from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to be prepared.
2015-01-07T13:29:47+00:00
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When temperatures drop significantly below normal, staying warm and safe can be a challenge. Use these tips from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to be prepared.
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Turn around, don’t Drown!

Each year, more deaths occur due to flooding than from any other severe weather related hazard. The Centers for Disease Control report that over half of all flood-related drownings occur when a vehicle is driven into hazardous flood water. The next highest percentage of flood-related deaths is due to walking into or near flood waters.Why? The main reason is people underestimate the force and power of water. Many of the deaths occur in automobiles as they are swept downstream. Of these drownings, many are preventable, but too many people continue to drive around the barriers that warn you the road is flooded.
2015-04-07T12:34:14+00:00
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Each year, more deaths occur due to flooding than from any other severe weather related hazard. The Centers for Disease Control report that over half of all flood-related drownings occur when a vehicle is driven into hazardous flood water. The
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Look Before You Lock

Never leave a child alone in a car. Ever.

Vehicles can quickly become deadly, even when parked in shady areas or when a window is cracked. According to the Tennessee Department of Health, the temperature inside an average car or truck can increase 20 degrees in just 10 minutes.

A child’s body can heat up three to five times faster than an adult’s, causing heatstroke, brain damage and even death. It can happen to anyone, anywhere. That’s why it’s so important to never leave your child alone in a car, not even for a minute.
2015-09-04T14:11:03+00:00
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Never leave a child alone in a car. Ever. Vehicles can quickly become deadly, even when parked in shady areas or when a window is cracked. According to the Tennessee Department of Health, the temperature inside an average car or
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School Zone, Slow Down!!

DO YOU HAVE AN EXTRA $600? If you answered no, you should not speed in a school zone! SPEEDING IN A SCHOOL ZONE IS RECKLESS DRIVING which can carry hefty fines and costs! Please be mindful of school children and school zones. Not only can you hurt someone, but you can also be cited for Reckless Driving just by speeding in a school zone. We continue to have a lot of complaints of speeders through our school zones. Please help us keep our children and school zones safe!

From the Robertson County Sheriff's Office

2015-10-05T11:40:53+00:00

From the Robertson County Sheriff's Office

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DO YOU HAVE AN EXTRA $600? If you answered no, you should not speed in a school zone! SPEEDING IN A SCHOOL ZONE IS RECKLESS DRIVING which can carry hefty fines and costs! Please be mindful of school children and

Road Conditions Dial 511

Travelers have several options of accessing road and travel conditions using the Web at https://smartway.tn.gov/traffic/ or by dialing 511 (or 877.244.0065) outside Tennessee) on their cellular phones or their land lines.

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