A recent report shows that the United States still has a problem with drinking and driving. More importantly, upon further research into the data, we have a problem with people drinking far too much, and then killing someone while they’re behind the wheel.Read More
In the wake of the unveiling of Tesla’s new pick up called the Tesla Cybertruck, lawmakers are trying to find ways to slow down Tesla’s desire to make driving Autonomous. Lawmakers are stating that Tesla is allowing drivers to sleep at the wheel. However, Tesla has made strides in order to prevent this from happening. Drivers still find a way around their safety protocols.Read More
Motor vehicle accidents occur all over the country. With more laws coming out to protect the citizens of each state, there is one law that is beginning to pick up speed, popularity, and controversy. Maine has just inducted the Hands-Free Driving law, and it causes many people to wonder; “is Texas next?”Read More
As the number of packages we order from the retail giant multiply, the body count from their delivery contractors continue to add up.Read More
Into the early hours of Saturday morning on Saturday September 7th, a wrong way accident occurred on interstate 35 E.Read More
Every year in the United States, millions of car accidents occur which result in catastrophic injuries and even death. Although these accidents may come without warning, there are several measures you can take to ensure the safety yourself and your loved ones.
The University of Buffalo conducted a study about the relation of crash-related fatalities and occupied seat location. The study found that the safest area of the car during a crash is in the back row. Passengers who are seated behind the front row are 59% to 86% safer than passengers in the front seat.
Nauman Hussain, son of the Prestige Limousine Chauffer Service owner, has been indicted in connection to the upstate New York limo crash that took the lives of 20 people in October of 2018. Hussain is now facing 40 criminal counts, including 20 counts of second-degree manslaughter and 2o counts of negligent homicide.
Although texting while driving is already banned in many states, one state is considering taking this safety measure to the next level. Nevada could potentially pass a legislation which would grant law enforcement officers the ability to search through drivers’ cell phone usage history after a car crash.