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June 2018 Archives

Why eyes on the road is not enough

When most people consider distracted driving, they think of someone not watching the road. This form of distracted driving is quite common. If you drive for long enough, you'll see people reading, looking at passengers, grooming themselves in the rear-view mirror and doing other activities that take their eyes off the road.

Autonomous Uber accident also a story of distracted driving

The deadly crash involving a pedestrian and a self-driving Uber vehicle from last March has an additional wrinkle: distraction. Uber's program required that autonomous vehicles in its fleet have safety drivers in case the technology fails. Safety drivers are forbidden from using their cell phones while the cars are operating. A report from local police show that the safety driver in question was using her cell phone to access Hulu at the time of the crash. In fact, the device had already been streaming from her Hulu account for 42 minutes when the vehicle struck and killed a woman crossing the street with her bike. The car was going 39 mph when the collision occurred.

Cycling safely with kids: 5 tips to reduce your risk of accidents

For many families, biking is more than just an enjoyable pastime. It’s a great form of exercise as well as a social and recreational activity. Family bike rides teach kids the value of an active, healthy lifestyle. Biking also gives children a deeper appreciation for the outdoors.

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