Counterfeit airbags put drivers at risk

  • October 10, 2012

Airbags are supposed to protect people from injury in an accident, but federal safety officials say there are counterfeit devices out there that might not work in a serious crash, or pepper occupants with metal shrapnel. The problem is not with the airba...

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Rear-End Collisions

  • November 16, 2016

Screech  While one car stops at a red light, another car behind them fails to stop. The second driver slams on their breaks, but it’s too late. They ram into the car in front of them. This is a rear-end collision. According to the National Highway Tr...

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Escaping From A Submerged Vehicle

  • December 12, 2016

Living in Florida, it’s not uncommon to hear about a vehicle going into a body of water. In some cases, good Samaritans or quick thinking can save the day. But many other times, an accident involving a submerged vehicle ends in serious injuries or death...

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Holiday Stress Affects Driving Behavior

  • December 20, 2016

Holiday Stress! The holidays are an exciting and joyful time. They can also be a dangerous time. We all know that the holidays can be stressful. With wild mall parking lots, visiting in-laws, children anxious about Santa’s arrival, and plenty of holiday...

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Blowout!

  • January 4, 2017

Boom! Whoosh! Flap! Those are not sounds you ever want to hear coming from your car, especially from your tires. When a tire blows out, it can be sudden and scary, and one wrong move can lead to a serious accident. There are three main causes of tire blow...

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Blind Spots: Prevention and Liability

  • January 6, 2017

Trying to switch lanes only to realize that another car is driving in your blind spot isn’t just annoying — it’s dangerous. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, blind spots result in nearly 840,000 accidents every year. W...

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Drugged Driving Is Deadly Driving

  • January 17, 2017

What do allergy medication and cocaine have in common? They both affect a person’s ability to drive! Drugged driving is a serious issue in the United States. The National Survey on Drug Use and Health found that nearly 10 million people, both adults and...

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