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Car Accidents Archives

Is technology necessary to keep drivers safe?

If there is one thing that you may notice with new car commercials, it is that safety features are being highlighted just as much as horsepower or financing options. It is almost as if automakers are trying to convince car buyers that drivers cannot be safe without the latest technology.

Why Labor Day can be so dangerous for drivers

For many people across Pennsylvania, Labor Day weekend is the last chance for a summer holiday get away. As such, people traditionally take to the road to reach their favorite destination. The American Automobile Association (AAA) predicts that traffic volumes will be higher than usual given that gas prices will be lower than in past years

More Labor Day weekend safety tips

Before we begin today’s post, we have to correct a report that we highlighted in a prior post. We incorrectly indicated that the first stoplight appeared 1915 in Cleveland, Ohio, which would have made the common stoplight 100 years old this year. The first stoplight actually appeared in 1914, which would have made the invention 100 years old last year.

Will early warning systems be standard on future vehicles?

Labor Day weekend is more than just the last summer holiday. For car dealers, it is an opportunity to give consumers great deals on this year’s models, as they want to clear room for the next year’s models. For many consumers, it is a golden opportunity to get a great deal; for others, it is a sign that 2016 models are coming fairly soon.

Do drivers of emergency vehicles have to use reasonable care?

If you see an emergency vehicle in your rear view mirror, or one is approaching from ahead, it is expected that you pull over or yield the right of way to such a vehicle. However, when drivers of emergency vehicles see each other, which vehicle should yield?

The modern traffic light turns 100 this week

If you drive a lot, you probably think that stoplights have been around forever; or at least as long as cars have been on the road. After all, how could a busy intersection ever function with just a stop sign (and a traffic cop)? Believe it or not, cities had to function for years without a traffic light. For some living in small towns, there are no traffic lights.

The perils of defective sunroofs

Imagine you are driving down the freeway. You could be on your way to work or heading to see family and friends. All of a sudden, the sunroof above you starts to crack and eventually shatters; sending shards of glass raining down on your head.

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