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Car Accidents Archives

With Spring in the air, the chance of distraction is on the roads

Drivers of all ages tend to get excited to hit the roadways at this time of year. Once winter is well behind us, there is nothing quite like the car windows rolled down, music blaring and cruising the roadways while the spring sun sets. 

Pedestrian deaths skyrocket for second straight year

The last two years were the worst in recorded history for pedestrian deaths, according to a recent report. Nearly 6,000 pedestrians were killed by cars in 2016 - up from nearly 5,400 in 2015. Last year's spike was the largest in the four decades since national traffic reporting became available, followed closely by the spike in 2015.

How truckers stay safe - and sane - behind the wheel

With a bird's-eye view on the traffic around them, truck drivers have seen it all: irresponsible drivers checking their email, surfing the web, putting on makeup, reaching for items in the backseat and even falling asleep behind the wheel.

Tips for safe holiday driving

With millions of people across the country hitting the roads for holiday travel in the coming weeks, the risk of accidents skyrockets - especially when winter weather rears its head.

Will self-driving cars make the roads safer for motorcycles?

As technology continues to revolutionize the auto industry, so, too, the future of motorcycles may look very different in a few decades than it does today. Safety improvements to cars and bikes alike may mean far fewer road deaths. Better safety measures could also spur increased ridership, opening up the world of biking to a greater segment of the population.

How distracted driving becomes an addiction

While 98 percent of drivers say they know texting while driving isn't safe, over half of them still report doing it. The same goes for using the phone and engaging in other distractions while driving. Why do we keep doing something we know isn't safe?

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