Riddle & Brantley Presents: Safety Counts for the Fall Season
Hey friends! Its Gene Riddle here again for another safety counts, safe driving tip. It's been a while since we last visited, but we have been very busy here this summer. We hope that you all have had an enjoyable summer with your family and friends. As much fun as summer has been, we are looking forward to some cool fall air. Fall is a busy time for most families, with kids back in school, the upcoming holidays, and football. As football season is beginning to pick up, we wanted to remind everyone to be safe as they go see their favorite teams. On Friday nights, we want to remind you to be safe driving to and from those high school football games. There will be lots of young excited people around the parking lots, so it's important to make sure you always keep a proper lookout, and drive within the speed limit. For those Saturday college games, we want to remind you not to drink and drive. Tailgating at a college game can make for a very enjoyable day. But for many, this also includes alcohol. If you do choose to drink and tailgate, be sure to designate a sober driver, so you can all enjoy the day and get home safely. Also, while you're on the college campuses, be sure to drive safely and keep a lookout for younger people who may be having a little too much fun for themselves. We hope you enjoy the fall, and have fun, but as always, drive safely.