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Distracted Driving Kills

We’ve all heard about the dangers of drunk driving and even drowsy driving, but there’s another type of hazardous driving that is becoming more pervasive each day – distracted driving.

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Slow Them Down with Radar Feedback Signs

SA-SO Signs & Safety's Radar Feedback Sign

With increased traffic accidents and more distracted drivers on the road, many city police departments are struggling to find ways to maintain peaceful traffic flows and reduce driver speeds, especially in areas where there are children and other types of pedestrians.

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Specialty Decals for Schools, Churches, and End Users

Concrete Graphics for Schools, Churches, and End Users

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are more than 324 million people in the United States. According to the Pew Research Center, nearly 70 percent of people in the U.S. own a smart phone. And just looking around, surely you can see that smart phones dominate most users’ lives today.

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Top Five Questions We're Asked

SA-SO Signs & Safety has been in business since 1948. We began as a catalog company but pride ourselves in developing meaningful relationships with our customers over the years. Many of these relationships are based upon years of mutual trust and loyalty. We are thankful for that. However, when new customers place their trust in us, we can forget that they might not be as familiar with our business and manufacturing processes. So, we’ve compiled a list of the top five questions we are asked to share some common information about SA-SO.

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Back to School Safety: Controlling Arrival and Dismissal Traffic

school safety crossing

With the upcoming school year starting, now is the time to assess drop-off/pick-up routes for possible improvements. Remember that safety risks can be present, even in well-designed school zones. Parent drivers sometimes disregard basic etiquette as they maneuver for position during arrival or dismissal times.

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Tips on Reducing Child Heatstroke Deaths in Vehicles

by Jim Rollins, Graphic Designer for SA-SO Signs & Safety

heatstroke and cars

Summer has arrived and it is important to remember the dangers of hot cars. There have been 11 hot car related deaths already this year. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), hot vehicles are the number one non-crash killer of children under 14 years of age, with children under one year being the most common victims.

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