ABC Defensive Driving School

ABC Defensive Driving School is approved and certified by the Arizona Supreme Court. We offer Morning, Evening, and Weekend Classes all in our convenient location next to the ASU campus. Register now for defensive driving class to keep your driving records clean, lower your insurance, learn current AZ laws, and ultimately save money!

When in Arizona
06/20/2019

When in Arizona

Arizona never disappoints 😅😂

'Pull Aside, Stay Alive' During Monsoon Dust Storms
06/18/2019
'Pull Aside, Stay Alive' During Monsoon Dust Storms

'Pull Aside, Stay Alive' During Monsoon Dust Storms

The summer monsoon is officially here, and that means the Arizona Department of Transportation is again reminding motorists about how to stay safe if they're caught in a dust storm.ADOT's "Pull Aside, Stay Alive" campaign offers some tips on how to stay safe in dusty conditions. The best advice, of....

⛈ Are you prepared for monsoon storms? ⛈Post Date: 06/13/2019 7:00 am Monsoon Awareness Week is June 9 through 14, b...
06/13/2019
Queen Creek Town Hall

⛈ Are you prepared for monsoon storms? ⛈
Post Date: 06/13/2019 7:00 am
Monsoon Awareness Week is June 9 through 14, but it’s important to be prepared throughout the season, which lasts from June 15 until Sept. 30. Monsoons bring thunderstorms, dust storms and flash floods, that are typically short in duration, but develop quickly and leave a lasting impression. While each aspect of a monsoon can present different hazards, it is important to know what you can do to protect yourself and your family.

Dust Storms
Dust storms can create wind gusts that exceed 40 mph and dramatically reduce visibility.
Move indoors if possible and stay away from the windows.
If driving, pull off the road and get as far to the right as possible.
Turn off the car and headlights.
Set the parking brake and keep your foot off the brake pedal.

Flash Floods
Flash floods can be extremely dangerous. Most flash flood deaths occur in vehicles; moving water one to two feet deep will carry away most vehicles.
Travel should be avoided whenever possible during flash floods.
If travel is inevitable, do not drive into flooded roadways or go around barricades.
Do not play, or allow children to play in flood waters. Not only can flood water pose potential health risks, six inches of fast moving water can knock over an adult.

Sandbags are available at Fire Station 2, 24787 S. Sossaman Road. Residents are reminded to bring their own shovel and only fill the bags half full.

Lightening
Lighting can strike several miles away from a storm.
If you hear thunder, move inside or into a hardtop vehicle.
If you are unable to get indoors, avoid water and metal as they are conductors of electricity.
Stay clear of trees, power lines and telephone poles.
Remain inside for at least 30 minutes after the last thunder.

Downed Power Lines
If you encounter a downed power line, stay at least 100 feet away from it.
If the power line has fallen on your car while you are in it, do not touch anything metal in the car. Stay inside until professional help arrives.

SRP provides an outage map for customers with estimated restoration times, visit SRPnet.com for more information.

Severe weather watches mean that residents should be prepared, as there is the possibility of severe weather in the area. Severe weather warnings mean to take action, severe weather has been reported in the area. For more safety information, visit the National Weather Service Phoenix Office. Visit QueenCreek.org for additional information about the Town. To stay updated on activities and events in Queen Creek, follow the Town at Facebook.com/QueenCreek or Twitter.com/TownofQC.

Named "One of America's Friendliest Cities" by Forbes magazine. All posts are considered public record. www.QueenCreek.org

Kitchen Fun With  My 3 Sons
05/23/2019

Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons

MyFitnessPal
05/14/2019

MyFitnessPal

It's National Bike to Work Week! Leave that car parked in the garage and take it to two wheels for your commute. You'll save on gas and parking, benefit the environment and get in a free workout. Be sure to wear a helmet and obey traffic laws, of course. Stay safe and have fun! 🚴‍♂

04/24/2019
Queen Creek Town Hall

Queen Creek Town Hall

With texting and driving now illegal in Arizona, it's a great time to remind everyone to
👀 Keep your eyes on the road
📵 Put the phone down
🚗 Drive To Arrive.

AZ Feastivals
03/06/2019
AZ Feastivals

AZ Feastivals

We host 3 Weekly Gourmet Food Truck Events in the East Valley. With over 150 Food Trucks on our list, we can accommodate anyone's taste! Book a truck now!

Queen Creek Town Hall
02/21/2019

Queen Creek Town Hall

UPDATE (7:35 pm): EB Germann Rd is flooded between Ellsworth & Crismon.

⚠️ SB Ellsworth Road restricted to one lane from Fulton Parkway to Queen Creek Road ⚠️

Use caution & allow extra time for travel.

Various roadways have standing water - avoid Ellsworth Road from Germann to Rittenhouse, consider using Power or Rittenhouse. Never cross a flooded roadway.

Victory Today
02/17/2019

Victory Today

I think my mom's gone crazy
01/24/2019

I think my mom's gone crazy

9 To 5 Memes
01/21/2019

9 To 5 Memes

Queen Creek Town Hall
01/20/2019

Queen Creek Town Hall

Protect your most precious cargo! 👶

Stop by Fire Station 1 on Jan. 26 for Queen Creek Fire & Medical's Car Seat Inspection Event! 🚒

12/14/2018
Queen Creek Town Hall

Queen Creek Town Hall

Put your phone down and keep Queen Creek safe. 📵
Drive to Arrive. 🚗

12/07/2018
www.queencreek.org

Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving – Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office Wants Queen Creek to Celebrate Safely2
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Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving – Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office Wants Queen Creek to Celebrate Safely
Post Date: 12/07/2018 6:00 am
The holiday season has arrived with cheerful music, colder weather and holiday festivities. Many holiday parties involve alcohol, and the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) District 6 - Queen Creek encourages residents to celebrate safely this holiday season.
Driving with any alcohol in your system can be dangerous. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reminds motorists Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving. In 2017, 10,874 people were killed in alcohol related crashes across the nation. The holiday season is especially dangerous due to the celebrations and frequent parties.
MCSO Queen Creek urges residents to plan ahead and remember the following tips to avoid a DUI and keep the roads safe during the holidays:
Even one drink can impair your judgment and reaction time. One drink can also increase the risk of getting arrested for driving drunk or having a crash.
If you will be drinking, do not plan on driving.Plan ahead; designate a sober driver before the party begins.
When you know you’ll be drinking, leave your keys at home or give them to someone who is sober.
If you have been drinking, do not drive—even a short distance. Use a ride-sharing service, phone a sober friend or family member, or find out if your insurance provides tow service. Try NHTSA’s SaferRide mobile app, which allows users to call a taxi or a friend by identifying their location so they can be picked up.
Walking while impaired can be just as dangerous as drunk driving. Designate a sober friend to walk you home.
If you see a drunk driver on the road, contact local law enforcement when it is safe to do so.
If you see someone you think is about to drive while impaired, take their keys and help them get home safely, you are doing it for their safety and everyone else on the road.
To report suspicious behavior, call MCSO's non-emergency number at 602-876-1011. In an emergency, please call 9-1-1.
MCSO District 6 – Queen Creek is located at 20727 E. Civic Parkway. For additional information about MCSO, visit QueenCreek.org/MCSO. For more information about the NHTSA, visit NHTSA.gov. To stay updated on news and events, visit QueenCreek.org, follow the Town on Facebook.com/QueenCreek and Twitter.com/TOQC_official.

Media Contact:
Marnie Schubert, Director of Communications, Marketing & Recreation
480-358-3196
[email protected].

MCSO District 6 - Queen Creek Substation20727 E. Civic Parkway Queen Creek, AZ 85142 Lobby Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Mon.-Fri. Emergency: 9-1-1 Non-Emergency: 602-876-1011

95.7 The Jet
12/04/2018

95.7 The Jet

Sh*t'z N'Giggles "The Original"
10/22/2018

Sh*t'z N'Giggles "The Original"

So true....... pops

09/16/2018
FOX 10 Phoenix

FOX 10 Phoenix

ANOTHER REMINDER TO LOCK YOUR DOORS! A woman was carjacked while she was filling up her vehicle at a gas station.

STORY: http://bit.ly/2Mvtcv2

05/26/2018
In The Know Innovation

In The Know Innovation

Keep your dog safe and secure in the car with this specialized seatbelt 🐕

ROCK 102.7
04/25/2018

ROCK 102.7

100.3 WNIC
04/25/2018

100.3 WNIC

12 News
04/21/2018

12 News

ADOT signs are honoring Phoenix police K9 Bane after he was killed in the line of duty today. https://12ne.ws/2HvOGJO

Facebook Check In App
03/24/2018

Facebook Check In App

Please be aware & most importantly be Safe!

Queen Creek Town Hall
02/18/2018

Queen Creek Town Hall

Distracted, aggressive driving and speeding are three of the most common factors in traffic collisions in Queen Creek. Slow down, avoid distractions and use common courtesy.

📰 : https://goo.gl/eoxeb3

Lifed
02/11/2018
Lifed

Lifed

Here are 11 things all car owners should know but probably don't. Keep #6 in your car in case of an accident or other emergency!

GasBuddy
01/22/2018
GasBuddy

GasBuddy

GasBuddy, the only smartphone app connecting drivers with their Perfect Pit Stop™ www.gasbuddy.com

01/20/2018
Love Style

Love Style

Who Agrees? Yes or No 🤔

Phoenix New Times
01/14/2018
Phoenix New Times

Phoenix New Times

Terry, a 53-year-old African-American man from Buckeye, is taking on UPS in federal court for firing him after he failed a drug test, even though he has a valid medical marijuana card.

12 News
01/07/2018
12 News

12 News

"I had to do it once in California while visiting my brother and almost died doing it. This a service only qualified people should perform."

12/28/2017
Stuff

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If you were bad.........We're here for you
12/25/2017

If you were bad.........We're here for you

Arizona Department of Transportation did it again! "Last day to secure your spot on the Nice List. Don’t blow it," ADOT tweeted.

12/16/2017
12 News

12 News

The release of The Last Jedi this week has ADOT embracing the Force.

12/12/2017
C.R. Gregory Insurance

C.R. Gregory Insurance

Do you have a toddler using a car seat? This video is a must see!

12/11/2017

To help raise awareness that driving with any alcohol in your system can be dangerous, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) launched the Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving campaign. The campaign aims to inform all Americans about the dangers of driving after drinking—even after drinking just a little. In 2016, 10,497 people were killed in alcohol related crashes across the nation. The holiday season is especially dangerous due to the celebrations and frequent parties.
MCSO Queen Creek urges you to plan ahead and remember the following tips to avoid a DUI and keep the roads safe during the holidays:
Even one drink can impair your judgment and reaction time. One drink can also increase the risk of getting arrested for driving drunk or having a crash.
If you will be drinking, do not plan on driving.Plan ahead; designate a sober driver before the party begins.
When you know you’ll be drinking, leave your keys at home or give them to someone who is sober.
If you have been drinking, do not drive—even a short distance. Use Uber or Lyft, phone a sober friend or family member, or find out if your insurance provides tow service. Try NHTSA’s SaferRide mobile app, which allows users to call a taxi or a friend by identifying their location so they can be picked up.
Walking while impaired can be just as dangerous as drunk driving. Designate a sober friend to walk you home.
If you see a drunk driver on the road, contact local MCSO Queen Creek when it is safe to do so.
If you see someone you think is about to drive while impaired, take their keys and help them get home safely, you are doing it for their safety and everyone else on the road.
To report suspicious behavior, call MCSO's non-emergency number at 602-876-1011. In an emergency, please call 9-1-1.

Law Enforcement Lifestyle
12/10/2017

Law Enforcement Lifestyle

Pray for our law enforcement. Click Share!

This Blew My Mind
12/02/2017

This Blew My Mind

A 36 year old female had an accident several weeks ago. It was raining, though not excessively when her car suddenly began to hydro-plane and literally flew through the air. She was not seriously injured but very stunned at the sudden occurrence! When she explained to the Police Officer what had happened, he told her something that every driver should know -

NEVER DRIVE IN THE RAIN WITH YOUR CRUISE CONTROL ON..

She thought she was being cautious by setting the cruise control and maintaining a safe consistent speed in the rain....
But the Police Officer told her that if the cruise control is on, your car will begin to hydro-plane when the tires lose contact with the road, and your car will accelerate to a higher rate of speed making you take off like an airplane. She told the Officer that was exactly what had occurred. The Officer said this warning should be listed, on the driver's seat sun-visor -

NEVER USE THE CRUISE CONTROL WHEN THE ROAD IS WET OR ICY,
Along with the airbag warning. We tell our teenagers to set the cruise control and drive a safe speed – but we don't tell them to use the cruise control only when the road is dry.

The only person the accident victim found who knew this, (besides the Officer), was a man who'd had a similar accident, totaled his car and sustained severe injuries..

NOTE: Some vehicles (like the Toyota Sienna Limited XLE) will not allow you to set the cruise control when the windshield wipers are on.

Even if you send this to 15 people and only one of them doesn't know about it, it's still worth it. You may have saved a life.
http://www.thisblewmymind.com
This Blew My Mind

Women After 50
12/01/2017

Women After 50

Phoenix New Times
11/29/2017
Phoenix New Times

Phoenix New Times

Motorcycle lane-splitting could become legal in Arizona under a proposed new law. Are you okay with this?

7 of the Coolest Gas Stations in the World
11/27/2017
7 of the Coolest Gas Stations in the World

7 of the Coolest Gas Stations in the World

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9830 S 51st St, Suite A-132
Phoenix, AZ
85044

Opening Hours

Monday 18:00 - 19:00
Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 18:00 - 19:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 18:00 - 19:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 18:00 - 19:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 18:00 - 19:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00
Saturday 18:00 - 19:00
Saturday 09:00 - 17:00
Sunday 18:00 - 19:00
Sunday 09:00 - 17:00

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