Seatbelts save lives

16415340 - close up safety belt in a carThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say automobile accidents are the leading cause of death for Americans who are in the first three decades of their lives. In addition, more than half of the Americans who are killed in car crashes every year are not wearing seatbelts.

While research shows that wearing a seatbelt is the most effective way to prevent car accident-related fatalities, approximately 1 in 7 Americans still does not buckle-up when they get into a car. Thankfully, a growing body of legislation and new technologies are helping this number increase even more.

At Double D Distribution, we’re committed to the safety of our drivers as well as the people they share the road with on a daily basis. That’s why we require every single one of our drivers to buckle-up whenever they’re behind the wheel. We know that seatbelts save lives and that’s why we aren’t willing to cut corners. Whenever you see one of our drivers making their way down the highway, you can feel confident knowing that they’re taking their job seriously and traveling to their destination with great care.

If you are interested in learning more about our safety policies or are a truck driver who is interested in joining a compassionate, supportive, and professional team, we’d love to hear from you. Give us a call today. (801) 292-7999

By |2018-11-28T06:46:37+00:00November 20th, 2018|Categories: Service|0 Comments

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