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Preventable Accidents Involving Guns and Cars Resp…  

picture of a girl in shadow | Preventable Accidents Involving Guns and CarsPreventable accidents involving guns and cars are responsible for six out of ten childhood deaths. According to a study published by the New England Journal of Medicine, these two factors account for the majority of childhood deaths in the United States. In comparison, childhood cancers are responsible for less than 1 in 10 deaths. (more…)

Answers to Trucking Accident Questions You Need to…  

truck speeding down highway coming towards viewer | Trucking Accident Questions Over fifteen million trucks travel the roads of America each year. Because of the obvious size difference between an 18-wheeler and a typical passenger car, the drivers of these trucks have a particular responsibility to protect the other drivers. Unfortunately, this does not always occur and devastating and catastrophic trucking accidents occur each and every year as a result of truck driver and trucking company negligence. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions relating to trucking accidents in the United States. (more…)

Injured in a Rental Car Accident? Now What?…  

Sad man having car trouble on the country road. With any car collision there is a certain protocol you must follow, however if you were driving a rental car at the time of the accident, you will likely have a few more steps to take care of. It can be very traumatic to be involved in an automobile accident when you are in an unfamiliar city, driving an unfamiliar car, and most likely on vacation. Following the accident, you must first see to any injuries which drivers or passengers sustained. If anyone needs to go to the hospital, make sure they receive appropriate medical treatment. Many times people don’t think they are hurt as badly as they really are, due to the adrenaline which floods their body at the time of the accident. This adrenaline can mask pain and other symptoms of injury, then later on the person realizes the full extent of their injuries. Many people are also hesitant to go to an unfamiliar hospital, so they tell themselves (and others) they are fine. (more…)

The Top 10 Deadliest Driving Habits…  

Highway Traffic at Sunset | The Top 10 Deadliest Driving Habits Driving is dangerous- even for the most conscientious of drivers. Then, there are those drivers who raise the stakes for everyone by engaging in risky driving behaviors. Sometimes drivers may take chances without realizing just how dangerous their actions are. Below, is a list of some of the deadliest mistakes people make behind the wheel. (more…)

The 100 Deadliest Days of Summer are Approaching…  

girl in the car with the key | The 100 Deadliest Days of Summer are Approaching A computer class for a college student in 1980 would have included a computer, which took up an entire room, paired with programming language and punch cards. Today’s younger generation would have trouble imagining a world without personal computers and smart phones. Tell them phones were once connected to the wall (and if no one answered, you called back later) and you will receive a blank stare of disbelief. Consider just the past fifteen or so years, which have brought us, wireless internet, smart phones, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. When you realize just how much these technologies have changed our lives, imagine a decade from now—or even longer. Today's teenage drivers have to combat a variety of distractions when they are behind the wheel. They must actively ignore a beeping, ringing cellphone. They must try to block out loud and rowdy friends. And they must do this while attempting to drive a vehicle. (more…)

Safe Spring Driving in Colorado…  

spring-road-hands-on-wheel-sm | Safe Spring Driving in ColoradoWith an early spring gracing most locations across the United States, many drivers will be happy they no longer have to drive in snow and ice. In fact, rising temperatures and melting snow could convince many drivers to get out and go for a drive. Whether you are simply out running errands you have put off, or are taking a well-needed road-trip to relax and have some fun, it is important to realize that there are some tips required for safe spring driving in Colorado, as well as for safe winter driving. There is a good chance there will be some after-effects from winter’s harsh weather, so consider the following tips: (more…)

Car Accidents and Fibromyalgia – What’…  

teenager-with-whiplash-sm | Car Accidents and Fibromyalgia Fibromyalgia is described by the Mayo Clinic as a disorder marked by pervasive musculoskeletal pain in conjunction with fatigue, memory, mood, and sleep issues. Fibromyalgia affects almost 6 million Americans and is believed by experts to intensify painful sensations by altering the method in which the brain analyzes pain signals. While symptoms can sometimes build up gradually over time in the absence of a single pivotal incident, they typically begin after a physically traumatic event, such as surgery, infection, or accident. Significant psychological stress can also bring on symptoms of fibromyalgia. (more…)

What Are The 5 Worst American Highways?…  

red car in ditch next to road | worst American highwaysWhat makes a road dangerous? Is it riddled with potholes; does it have poorly marked signs and dangerous blind curves; or is it always under construction?

Unfortunately, bridges, city streets, and highways all over the country are in a state of disrepair. And with Congress struggling to allocate money to keep the Highway Trust Fund solvent, it is American drivers who ultimately pay the price. In fact, it is estimated that poorly maintained roads cost motorists hundreds of dollars annually in additional vehicle maintenance costs, not to mention increased risk of getting into a car accident. (more…)

When Should YOU Retire from Driving?…  

Happy senior couple driving | When should you retire from drivingSome of us begin planning for retirement in our twenties. As the age gets closer, we prepare even more –shifting funds, meeting with financial experts, and even downsizing our homes. As more and more baby boomers hit retirement age, safety experts say they should also be thinking about a different retirement: retirement from driving. (more…)

Why Don’t School Buses Have Seat Belts?…  

Every year in the United States 25 million children are transported 4.3 billion miles on approximately 450,000 public school buses. However, only about one-fifth of the children traveling on those buses wear seat belts while on board. (more…)
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