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Virginia teens learning to drive safely and then spread the word

School is out in McLean and across Virginia. For many high school students, that means it’s time to hit the road in vehicles packed with friends in search of adventure. Unfortunately, that combination of factors too often leads to motor vehicle crashes and injuries – sometimes even fatalities.

The Road To Zero winds through Virginia

The Road To Zero winds through McLean and every corner of Virginia. It extends north to Maine, south to Florida, north to Minnesota and west to California – and every place in between. The Road To Zero Coalition is a group of transportation industry leaders who have joined the National Safety Council in its effort to reduce traffic accidents, injuries and fatalities. The group’s uber-ambitious goal is to get motor vehicle fatalities all the way down to zero by 2050.

Virginia high school students see deadly DUI drama unfold

McLean residents are understandably proud of the thousands and thousands of fine students attending the colleges and universities in the McLean area. It is undoubtedly accurate to say we are just as proud of the area high school students who will one day soon be studying at those seats of higher learning.

Trucker cited in 7-vehicle Virginia big rig crash

It typically takes more than four and a half hours to drive from McLean to Virginia's Pulaski County. Much of the drive is on Interstate 81, the highway that was recently the site of a 7-vehicle crash that began with the reckless driving of a trucker, police said.

Drivers, passengers escape Virginia truck crash with their lives

If you drive southwest of McLean for about five hours, you will arrive in Pulaski, a town of about 9,000 residents. Much of that trip would likely be spent on the interstate, where the most dangerous vehicles have 18 wheels and outweigh passenger cars by tens of thousands of pounds.

Common types of crashes and common-sense advice on avoiding them

Because of our unique location, McLean residents are used to having family and friends come to visit over the holidays. People know that we're near such worthwhile attractions as Washington DC, Fredericksburg, the Chesapeake Bay, Mount Vernon, Alexandria, our own Great Falls Park and much more.

Virginia's distracted driving problem is focus of design contest

Virginia has a wide variety of interesting license plate designs from which to choose. There are tags available to show support for breast cancer research, wildlife preservation, sports teams or your dedication to a particular hobby (bowling, anyone?). You can also get a personalized license plate, of course, or a tag designed to show off civic pride (there's one for Fairfax County).

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