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TRANSALIVE USA

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SERVING THE TRAVELING PUBLIC AND THEIR FAMILIES FOR 40 YEARS

 

      

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Wednesday Safety Tip for Drivers

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Sleepless in Seattle

Can you go to sleep with your eyes open? A driver from Jackson, MS was headed toward Seattle, WA on Interstate 90. It was cold outside and he was glad his heater was working properly. 

He had an appointment for delivery at 5:30 AM and he could make it if he stayed after it. He had been on duty past his allotted hours for driving, but since he only 75 miles away, he knew he could cover it on the log book.

He was extremely sleepy, and there were miles he did not remember. He kept pushing to make the appointment.

Suddenly he was awakened by an abrupt rough ride. He quickly assessed that he was careening down an embankment totally out of control.

He tried to steer, but it caused the tractor to go into a sharp climb sideways and it rolled over. The next few seconds seemed like an eternity; however, the unit did eventually come to a halt.

He was fortunate that his injuries consisted of a broken arm, back pain, and severe bruising of his neck. 

A major detriment to successful driving is sleep. One must address sleep as synonymous with rest: 

1.               Your mind can be so tired that it disengages your thought processes. A clear example is that you cover miles without remembering them.

 

2.               11SAFETY.gifSecond, you can be so tired that you cannot sleep. A proper balance of rest is required for successful sleep.

 

3.               Lastly, driving past your allotted hours is a formula for failure. It is not "if an accident occurs" but "when an accident occurs". 

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

 

 

 

 

 

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For More Info

Call Cell Phone 817-320-0567

                          

 

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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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CONTACT INFORMATION

TransAlive USA

P O Box 821546

Ft Worth, TX  76182

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

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