Alright folks, here's the deal. After my last article went up on Tuesday, something happened that really got me thinking. I know, me thinking, surprising, hardy har har.
Here's what happened. I had an early morning meeting on Wednesday, and around 7:00am I left my neighborhood and pulled onto Capital Boulevard. I hadn't been on the road for more than two minutes when a young lady right in front of me tried to pull across traffic without looking and got crushed by a guy in a minivan. I had a few minutes, so I pulled off to the side of the road to make sure that they were okay and that the police had been called.
Thankfully, they were both okay. Dazed, but pretty much unharmed from what I could tell. The thing that got me thinking was that neither of them had the slightest clue what to do. Once I got back in my car and headed off to my meeting, I got to thinking about the article I had just written the day before, and how helpful it might have been to those two poor people on the side of the road back there.
Well, that got me thinking about the fat lot of good that article was doing them as they sat there waiting on the police to show up. Wouldn't it be great if they had that information physically in their car, for them to consult as soon as the accident happened?
So basically, I took that article and made it into a little booklet to put in your glove box. Click on the link below to download it in printable PDF format, and let me know if you want any hard copies. They're completely free, and I want you to give them to your friends, family, and anyone else in your life that drives a car. This information is super important, and I want it to be in your hands the very moment that you need it.