Do’s and Don’ts for Using Vision Impairment Simulation Glasses

Do’s and Don’ts for Using Vision Impairment Simulation Glasses

Published August 31, 2023

Here’s what to do — and what not to do — to get the most value from your Fatal Vision goggles.  Fatal Vision’s vision impairment simulation glasses are effective tools for illustrating the effects alcohol, drugs, fatigue, concussions, and distractions can have on reaction times and driving abilities. As a community educator, teacher, or law […]

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5 Drunk Driving Prevention Tips for School Resource Officers

Published June 7, 2023

Deliver effective drunk driving prevention education to your students with these tips. As a school resource officer, you have the unique opportunity to provide drunk driving prevention tips and education to students. Whether you’re working with elementary, middle, or high school-aged students, your combination of law enforcement and educational experience makes you a great candidate […]

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3 Reasons to Invest in Drug Education Products

Published May 22, 2023

Don’t miss out on these benefits of the hands-on Fatal Vision® products. There’s no denying that drug education is a critical topic for schools, law enforcement agencies, and other educators. But how can you ensure your students and community members retain the information they learn about the risks of drug use?   Investing in quality […]

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What is Crossfading, and How Should You Teach About It?

Published May 18, 2023

Get up-to-date on this important driving education topic.   In the field of safe driving, drug, and alcohol awareness education, we’ve seen one topic become increasingly prevalent over the past few years: crossfading.    But what is crossfading, and how should you address it in your education programs?   What is crossfading?   Crossfading is […]

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How to Implement New Drunk Driving Prevention Ideas in Your Education Program

Published April 24, 2023

Make engaging updates to your program with these tips! Whether you’re a teacher, law enforcement professional, or community educator, when it comes to drunk driving education, one thing is for certain: even the best prevention program needs some updating now and then.   After all, a program that may have worked great 10 or 15 […]

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How Fatal Vision Can Help Educate About the Dangers of Polydrug Use

Published April 21, 2023

Connect with students and help stress the consequences of polydrug use with Fatal Vision products. Polydrug use, or simultaneous use of different drugs or alcohol, is a growing concern among teenagers and young adults and the educators who teach them. According to the journal Cannabis, more than 60% of young adults report having used alcohol and marijuana […]

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5 Things You May Not Know About Our Vision Impairment Simulation Glasses

Published March 20, 2023

Learn all about Fatal Vision’s innovative products in this blog post! Fatal Vision® Impairment Simulation Glasses are an innovative way to teach students and adults alike about the dangers of drugs, alcohol, drowsy driving, and more. But even if you’re a long-time Fatal Vision user, there may be a few surprising things you don’t know […]

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4 Drunk Driving Prevention Tips for Community Educators

Published February 23, 2023

Use these suggestions for connecting with your community-based audience.   Drunk driving is a significant issue in many communities, causing devastating accidents and more than 11,000 fatalities in the United States in 2020 alone. As a community educator, you have a unique opportunity to help prevent drunk driving by educating people about the risks and consequences of […]

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4 Drunk Driving Prevention Ideas for High School Educators

Published December 1, 2022

Use these drunk driving prevention ideas to help illustrate the consequences of driving under the influence to your students.   When it comes to educating young drivers about the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol, their high school years are an ideal time to begin the conversation and help them understand the consequences […]

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3 Drunk Driving Prevention Tips for Colleges and Universities

Published October 13, 2022

Help prevent impaired driving among students with these strategies.    According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the highest percentage of people who drive while intoxicated are 21 to 24 years old – 27% of all drunk driving fatalities involved drivers in this age group. Many people in that age range are college […]

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