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Are Supply Chain Shortages Affecting Car Safety Technology?

For any person going shopping, the supply shortage for many items has been more than transparent. Every industry, from food to automotive supplies, has experienced a shortage of certain items. Although many items have become readily available since the height of the pandemic, some items are still struggling to find their way back to consumers. » Read More

Have Cell Phones Increased the Rate of Car Accidents?

It is hard to imagine living life in today’s world without the internet or a smartphone.  Seemingly everybody you know owns and uses a smartphone.  Although the innovative technology has enhanced our lives in ways that we never thought possible, cell phones can be quite dangerous when used improperly.  In fact, they can even be » Read More

Do Pedestrian Accidents Increase When School Starts?

Pedestrians are especially vulnerable to getting hit by automobiles, and the risk increases when there are more of them out and about on streets and sidewalks in school zones and neighborhoods. Their numbers increase when school is in session, with more students, teachers, and other staff members walking to and from school and in and » Read More

Do New Vehicle Safety Features Actually Prevent Car Accidents?

Today’s vehicles come equipped with a wide range of safety features that do everything from alerting you when you start to veer out of your lane to providing extra braking assistance to avoid a car accident. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), these advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) can help reduce the number » Read More

Do I Need to Report a Fender-Bender?

Most car accidents are minor and do not involve life-threatening personal injuries. After such a collision, you might wonder whether you need to call the police. Although the answer may not always be clear at that moment, if you are unsure, it is best to err on the side of caution and call the police. » Read More

Why Do Car Accidents Increase in the Summer?

Living in a Mid-Atlantic state such as Maryland means that you get to experience all four seasons, but that necessitates having to adapt your driving skills to the changing road conditions. Yet even though things can be treacherous in the winter, roads can also be very risky in the summer. Therefore, if it is not » Read More

Do Driving-Assistance Features Help Cause Fewer Car Accidents?

With computer and mechanical-based technology dramatically advancing year to year, it is no wonder that the car industry has been trying to employ driving-assistance features that allow vehicles to virtually drive themselves. Automatic assistance features in automobiles can save lives, but their efficiency is the question that begs to be answered. Driving-assistance features, known in » Read More

What Are the Main Causes of Motorcycle Accidents?

Of all vehicles on the road, motorcycles are by far the most dangerous to operate or ride on. Passengers are exposed and open versus enclosed in a traditional car; motorcycles have less safety features; and they are less visible to other motorists, especially in blind spots or during lane changes. According to the National Highway » Read More

How Can I Spot and Avoid a Drunk Driver? 

A defensive driver anticipates hazardous situations and reacting to dangerous conditions or the reckless behaviors of others. Although you cannot control another driver’s actions, vigilance can help you spot the signs of a drunk driver to avoid them and protect you and your passengers from a car accident.  This discussion explores the common signs of » Read More

Can Wearing a Seat Belt Save Your Life in a Car Accident? 

Seat belts have been shown to save lives during car accidents. In fact, buckling up is one of the safest decisions every motor vehicle driver and passenger can make. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) calls it the most effective step you can take to protect yourself in a collision.  Research shows wearing a » Read More