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New Report Reveals Missing 1-2 Hours of Sleep Doubles Crash Risk
Apr 28, 2017 In an article published by AAA, it discussed a December 2016 report by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety's that found "that drivers missing 2-3 hours of sleep in a 24-hour period more than quadrupled their risk of a crash compared to drivers getting the recommended seven hours of sleep. This is ... Tags: accident, car, motorcycle, truck Add Comment
Tips for Cyclists and Motorists to Safely Share the Road Together
Enjoy DC-metro Area Bike to Work Day and Ride Safe

May 16, 2014 Friday, May 16, 2014 is the DC Metro area's "Bike to Work Day." The Washington Area Bicyclist Association estimates that more than 10,000 area commuters will ditch their cars and ride their bikes to work that day. Although Friday will certainly see a spike in bicycle traffic on the roads, recent ... Tags: accident, car, death, insurance, liability, motorcycle Add Comment
NJ Bill Would Free Remote Texters From Auto Crash Liability
NJ Law Maker Seeks to Protect Remote Texters

Sep 09, 2013 A New Jersey law maker is already proposing legislation designed to protect remote texters from liability. Is a person's right to text so sacred, that it takes precedence over the lives and safety others who might be affected? Virginia courts and legislators have not yet addressed this issue, but ... Tags: accident, car, death, liability, litigation, motorcycle, product Add Comment
New Safety Feature Helps Cars Avoid Collisions With Cyclists
Apr 02, 2013 ARTICLE SOURCE: http://www.forbes.com/sites/jimgorzelany/2013/03/08/new-safety-feature-helps-cars-avoid-collisions-with-cyclists/ The latest auto safety technology to come from Volvo is designed not to protect a car’s passengers, but those who reside outside the vehicle – both on foot ... Tags: accident, car, motorcycle Add Comment
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