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Technology Changing the Future of Transportation

For close to 50 years, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has been the hub for innovators and industry leaders who have developed major breakthroughs in consumer technologies. People from around the world gathered at the CES event in Las Vegas in early January to present some of the latest developments in technology and how they » Read More


Safety Tips From NASCAR Drivers

In an average NASCAR race, drivers often reach speeds of over 200 miles per hour as they careen around the track. This can be very dangerous, but the drivers are experienced professionals who have been trained to race cars. They are also very knowledgeable when it comes to car safety because their careers and their » Read More


Cars and Trucks with the Most Personal Injury Claims

From multiple airbags to accident avoidance systems, car manufacturers offer a wide range of advanced safety systems that help drivers avoid car accidents. Unfortunately, there are still many older vehicles on the road that do not have these safety features. In addition, other factors like inclement weather, mechanical issues, and driver error continue to cause » Read More


Rideshare Accidents

Rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft have grown popular in recent years. The increasing number of Uber and Lyft drivers on the road means that the occasional accident is likely to happen. Yet, there is very little accident data available about Uber or Lyft wrecks because rideshare companies are still relatively new, or they do » Read More


Marijuana or Alcohol

Which Drug Causes More Fatal Car Accidents? It is a widely known fact that driving under the influence of alcohol is irresponsible, dangerous, and potentially fatal. Other drugs, including marijuana, can also affect a person’s ability to concentrate, to react quickly to unpredictable situations, and to maintain control of the vehicle. However, until recently, there has » Read More


Highway Features that Lower Crash Risks

It should come as no surprise that car accidents are more likely to occur on roads that have steep hills, sharp curves, and a lack of concrete barrier medians. However, according to new research by Brigham Young University (BYU), commissioned by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), there are certain highway features that are associated with » Read More


Alcohol Abuse Worse in Some Cities than Others

Alcohol abuse is a serious problem that continues to have a negative impact on people in every state across the country. Each year, thousands of Americans lose their lives to excessive drinking and thousands more are affected by the economic, legal, and personal ramifications that alcohol abuse can have on a person’s life. Too often, » Read More


Liberty Road Safety Project

Liberty Road in Baltimore County is about to experience a major makeover that will reduce the risk of car accidents and make it a more aesthetically pleasing area for residents and motorists. Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced that $900,000 has been allocated for beautification and safety improvements along Liberty Road as part of the » Read More


Self-Driving Shuttle Not to Blame for Crash

Las Vegas is a place where people from all over the world come to escape reality and enjoy the food, the casinos, the fabulous entertainment, and now, the technology. A new self-driving shuttle bus was recently released in Sin City, but unfortunately, the shuttle was involved in a minor car accident just hours after its » Read More


Safety Precautions for Winter Driving

As temperatures drop during the winter months, snow, ice, and extreme cold can make driving conditions extremely hazardous. Winter weather puts motorists at a much higher risk of serious car accidents. According to the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), over 1,300 people are fatally injured in accidents caused by snowy or icy road conditions. If you » Read More