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TRANSALIVE USA

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SERVING THE TRAVELING PUBLIC AND THEIR FAMILIES FOR 40 YEARS

 

      

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Saturday Safety Tip for Drivers

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Sleeping on the Shoulder

Have you ever pulled over on the shoulder and went to sleep in the sleeper?A driver from Arkansas became extremely sleepy and pulled over on the shoulder.He crawled into the sleeper and dozed off immediately. 

Traffic was heavy that night and 18-wheelers were traveling two abreast on the interstate at times.Most were moving over for him as is the standard practice.As time went passed, an 18-wheeler was forced to remain without pulling over and, since he was moving at a fast pace, it shook the tractor on the shoulder. 

The driver awoke and leaped up hitting his head.His mind was not working properly and, since everything around him was moving, he thought his tractor was moving.He jumped into the driver's seat and pushed with all his might on the brakes. 

A funny story but it could have been a tragic one as well.Accidents and injuries can be avoided by taking the following steps: 

1.     When sleepy, get completely off the interstate and preferably into a truck stop parking lot or a rest area.Remove yourself from the driverís seat.That is your place of work not your place for sleep.Donít let your body think you can ever sleep behind the wheel.

 

2.     11SAFETY.gifIf time is of the essence set the alarm on your iPhone and attach it to your arm with your watch.Go to sleep.A power nap is about 20 - 30 minutes.Awake and walk around your unit.Look for pre-trip issues i.e. tires, lights, etc.You will become alert and can continue.

 

3.     Remember, on the shoulder, you create a hazard to moving traffic.No one is expecting you to be there.You become an obstacle to their driving habits should they need the space for an emergency.

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

 

 

 

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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 Ė 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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