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Blog Posts in March, 2015

  • Liability a question when it comes to self-driving cars

    Self-driving cars (often called autonomous vehicles) have been lauded for a long time. There have been a lot of promises about how much safer they will make the roads, and while it would be great for this promise to become a reality, it doesn't appear that a mass release of self-driving cars is in the cards any time soon. But a new study does seem to support the lofty promises that self-driving ...
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  • Study reveals bizarre driving behaviors of teens

    A new study has revealed the bizarre behavior of teenagers when they are behind the wheel. First let's get to the good news. According to the study, about 40 percent of responding teens confirmed that they have texted at some point while driving. That may seem like a really high number -- and to be fair, it is. But that rate is also much lower than has been previously reported in other studies. ...
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  • How many fatal motorcycle accidents occurred in 2012?

    Motorcycle accidents have an absolutely devastating effect on the person driving the motorcycle, and it's not hard to see why. Motorcyclists have very little safety equipment to help them, and even when they do, the inherently vulnerable nature of their vehicle means that a crash is almost guaranteed to deal them serious injuries. From broken bones to horrible laceration and abrasions, to some ...
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  • Hit and run accident claims life of pedestrian victim

    While the following hit and run accident didn't happen here in Kansas City, Missouri, it could have happened anywhere and the result would be important for the sake of public safety. In this particular crash, a 57-year-old man was just walking home after getting ice cream with a friend when he was struck by a truck. Police revealed that the truck is likely a model between the years 1992 to 1996, ...
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