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TRANSALIVE USA

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SERVING THE TRAVELING PUBLIC AND THEIR FAMILIES FOR 40 YEARS

 

      

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Monday Safety Tip for Drivers

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ROCK & ROLL

Has a rock ever caused you to roll? A driver and his wife from Kermit, TX were south of Barstow, CA deadheading to Henderson, NV for a load. The sun was setting behind the mountains.

Up ahead of him, about 1/2 mile, was a rock hauler with a heavy load of broken concrete. It looked like residue from a construction site. 

He looked out across the desert and admired the colors. He thought, "Even deserts have a certain beauty." As he looked back, he saw a large rock directly in front of him and he swerved left to miss it.

The tractor missed the piece of concrete; however, the sharp turn shifted the center of gravity for his load to the right. In the ensuing moments, he lost control. The tractor rolled over on the passenger side.

A more horrendous screeching noise has never been heard by man or beast as the tractor and trailer came sliding to a halt on the interstate. Then ... the sound of silence.

He was on top of his wife. They both determined they were not injured. A large piece of concrete had fallen from the rear of the rock trailer when it hit a slight bump in the highway.

Sure, we can say that the driver was not paying attention, but there is more to it. 

1.     Too often, we are distracted even when we think we are alert. Ever wondered what you just saw over the last mile? But, you were alert ... you thought. Your mind can play tricks on you.

 

2.     To ensure alertness, look constantly to the left, forward, and to the right mentally acknowledging what you see. Monitor your load/trailer with your mirrors.

 

3.     Take breaks periodically. Don't let the open road rob you of your break just because there is not a truck 11SAFETY.gifstop. Find a place you can get completely off the interstate for a few minutes. 

Bottom line: Let the 50's take care of the rock and roll, you take care of the rpms and road. 

That's the way I see it - Bob Hataway - TransAlive.

 

 

 

 

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TransAlive USA provides medical evacuation when travel needs are greater than standard modes, i.e. commercial plane, train, or bus. Traveling public members with critical medical needs are transported to and from airports by ambulance. They are then flown to the destination of choice.

 

Doctors and nurses are provided for critical medical evacuations.  As a member, all of these expenses are provided free. Call 817-320-0567 for more information.

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Commercial fees for medical evacuations can run between $50,000 and $75,000.  Air Ambulance program driver memberships are only $240 per year. Family memberships are available for $335 per year.

 

All services are free to members. Membership is required for the Air Ambulance.

 

For memberships call cell phone number 817-320-0567 for more information and to enroll by phone.


You will receive an email enrollment confirmation until you receive your official membership packet in the mail.

 

Thank you for becoming a Frequent Mile Marker Challenger.

 

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TransAlive USA

P O Box 821546

Ft Worth, TX  76182

Cell 817-320-0567 * Phones Available 24-7

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