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Maryland State Police and MDOT Intensifying Efforts to Prevent Speeding

Speeding is one of the top causes of serious and fatal car accidents in the United States. In fact, speeding and aggressive driving are responsible for one out of every three car accidents. However, most, if not all these accidents can be prevented if motorists obey the rules of the road and make safety a… Read More

Tesla Faces Lawsuit for Unintended Accelerations

Tesla is known worldwide as an innovator in the automobile industry, particularly for its advances in self-driving vehicle technology. However, the company has also faced several lawsuits after its vehicles were involved in car accidents, including some that involved fatalities. A new lawsuit was filed against Tesla recently, which alleged that certain Tesla vehicles engaged… Read More

How Can I Reduce Toxic Pollutants Inside My Vehicle?

We all know that cars, trucks, and other vehicles emit a significant amount of pollutants, including carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxide into the air. However, what many people may not realize is that dangerous levels of these pollutants lurk inside our vehicles as we drive. This can have a serious impact on the health of… Read More

Standardized Names Needed for Advanced Safety Technology

Thanks to the latest developments in safety technology, today’s cars are safer than ever. From automatic emergency braking to blind spot warning, these safety features help prevent car accidents by alerting the driver of a potential hazard. However, each of these features have multiple names, some of which do not accurately describe what it does…. Read More

Who is Liable for a Car Accident in Bad Weather?

Car accidents are often caused by motorists who are distracted, drowsy, under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or who are driving in a reckless or aggressive manner. In these cases, determining liability is a straightforward process. However, when a car accident is caused by inclement weather, things get a bit more complicated. According to… Read More

New Safety Tool Offers Improved Security Measures for Uber Passengers

Uber recently announced the launch of Uber RideCheck, a new safety feature that works with GPS data and other sensors in drivers’ smartphones to track possible accidents, or if there is an unusually long stop while a ride is in progress. If the system detects a problem, the driver and passenger will receive a notification… Read More

What Should I Do If My Rideshare Driver is Drunk?

This past New Year’s Eve, a young couple wanted to make sure that they got home safely from the party they attended, so they arranged for a ride with a Lyft driver. The passengers noticed that the driver was swerving in and out of lanes and driving well over the speed limit. The driver was… Read More

How Can I Avoid a Car Accident?

Even the safest, most responsible drivers can be involved in a serious car accident when they least expect it. From inclement weather conditions to the irresponsible driving habits of other motorists, there are some things that you cannot control. According to statistics from the National Safety Council, motorists have a 1 in 114 chance of… Read More

Distracted Driving Remains a Serious Safety Issue in the United States

Even though most states have strict laws against using handheld devices while driving, too many motorists continue to engage in this unsafe and irresponsible behavior. While it may only take a few seconds to send a text, it only takes a moment of distraction for a devastating accident to occur. In fact, according to federal… Read More

What Are The Dangers of Interlock Devices?

Evidence is emerging that brings into question the safety of a device meant to save lives. Similar to an on-the-go breathalyzer test, the technology, which has been employed throughout the U.S. as a mandated safety measure against drunk driving, has been implicated as a cause for a number of distracted driving accidents. Ignition interlock devices… Read More

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