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  • SCHOOL NEWS 2003

    Ol’ Blue USA® Dances on to Liberty Elementary School

    As the weather heated up, so did the wheels on ‘Ol’ Blue’ as the “Big Wheels, Little Kids”© Program headed to Liberty Elementary School. The event was hosted by Atticus Productions, Inc. and Kentucky Vehicle Enforcement.

    RJ Taylor is demonstrating to the student body of close to 423, that if a scale was placed under the front tire of ‘Ol’ Blue’, the axle weight would be 6,000 pounds. That is 1.5 times the weight of a full Kentucky Vehicle Enforcement Cruiser that weighs 4,000 pounds.

    The students listened carefully as RJ compared the weights of ‘Ol’ Blue’ and the Cruiser. A question asked to the students, “How much do you think the combined weight of the ‘Ol’ Blue’ and the trailer is?” The total combined weight is 80,000 pounds.

    Learning the safety of the road also brings on the fun of education. RJ here is asking the student body, “Can you see me now?” RJ dances out, “If you can not see the drivers eyes of a large vehicle, then the driver can’t see you!”

    Working with the “Big Wheels, Little Kids” Program were:
    Officer Edward Ritchie with Kentucky Vehicle Enforcement
    Mr. Will Crawford with Atticus Productions, Inc.
    Photos courtesy of Atticus Productions, Inc.

    Under the Ol’ Blue, USA program, “Big Wheels, Little Kids” school visitation program takes ‘Ol’ Blue’ to schools to give students an up close and personal view of the safety considerations around large vehicles, car drivers, bicycles, and pedestrians


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