New Digital Alert Legislation Will Save Lives

In a major move yesterday, federal legislators from our home state of Illinois announced new legislation intended to bolster "Move Over" laws... Read More

Monthly Roundup, September 2019

Every day, we closely monitor the news for stories about vehicle and road safety for first responders, roadside workers, and emergency vehicles of... Read More

HAAS Alert Conducts Nation's First 5G Fleet Tests Using Sprint True Mobile 5G

Today, we're sharing the exciting results of recent 5G fleet tests we completed in partnership with Sprint. 5G technology is poised to transform more... Read More

Monthly Roundup, August 2019

Every day, we closely monitor the news for stories about vehicle and road safety for first responders, roadside workers, and emergency vehicles of... Read More

Monthly Roundup, July 2019

Every day, we closely monitor the news for stories about vehicle and road safety for first responders, roadside workers, and emergency vehicles of... Read More

EMS Crashes - A Costly and Deadly Problem

HAAS Alert EMS
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) providers are a critical piece of every community's public safety infrastructure. They also rely on the cooperation... Read More

Modernizing Move Over

HAAS Alert Move Over, Policy, R2V
All 50 states have “Move Over” laws in place to protect first responders and other roadside operators. These laws instruct drivers to slow down and... Read More

HAAS Alert Offers Support for Governor Pritzker Action on Move Over

Today we announced our support and appreciation for Illinois Governor Pritzker, who formally unveiled an action plan to increase public compliance... Read More

HAAS Alert Goes to DC

Cory Hohs fire, Policy, GovTech
Last week, I had the opportunity to represent HAAS Alert with the Congressional Fire Services Institute (CFSI) and the Fire Apparatus Manufacturers’... Read More

New Year, New Laws, New Risks

On January 1, The State of Illinois implemented a new law governing the use of lights and sirens by emergency vehicles. The Illinois assembly passed... Read More