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What Causes Occupant Ejection in Car Accidents?

High-speed car accidents can cause serious injuries as a result of the force of impact. If any passengers were not wearing their seat belts, they can be thrown from the vehicle, which can cause devastating injuries and fatalities. Statistics show that passengers ejected from vehicles are three times more likely to suffer fatal injuries. In… Read More


How Can Drivers Avoid a Car Accident on the Highway?

Each year, there are roughly six million car accidents in the United States, which is an average of close to 16,500 collisions every day. Some of the most serious accidents, including multi-vehicle collisions and truck accidents, occur on major highways across the country. Driving on a busy highway can be a bit intimidating, particularly for… Read More


Can Widespread Adoption of Safety Technologies Cut Traffic Fatalities?

Car accidents cause over 36,000 fatalities, 2.5 million injuries, and a staggering $800 billion in economic costs each year in the United States. To address this issue and identify ways to reduce the number of traffic fatalities in this country, Consumer Reports conducted a study about the benefits of equipping all new vehicles with existing… Read More


How Can I Plan a Road Trip During the Pandemic?

There is no question that the Coronavirus has put a damper on summer plans, particularly those who booked cruises or trips to international destinations. However, most public beaches are open, as are national parks and other outdoor attractions. In addition, gas is less expensive than it has been in years, hotels are offering reduced rates,… Read More


How are Loose Objects Dangerous During Car Accidents?

Most people have a variety of loose objects in their car, including small items such as cell phones, children’s toys, and water bottles, as well as larger, heavier objects such as laptops, purses, luggage, or canned goods. Although none of these items are normally considered dangerous, even a cell phone or a small toy can… Read More


SB I-83 Shut Down at Cold Spring Road Exit Due to Fatal Crash

A fatal crash has occurred southbound I-83 near the Druid Park Drive exit in Baltimore shutting down all three traffic lanes. Authorities reported that a truck overturned on the median and caught fire. According to officials, there has been one recorded fatality while two other passengers were taken to a nearby hospital. Traffic was diverted… Read More


What Makes the 100 Days of Summer Deadly for Teen Drivers?

Summer does not officially start until June 21st, but the Memorial Day weekend is generally considered the unofficial start of the summer season. As beaches, lakes, parks, and other outdoor destinations are starting to reopen to the public, teen drivers are particularly excited to get out of the house and hit the road. Ideally, the… Read More


What are the Current Leading Causes of Car Accidents in the United States?

It is estimated that there are six million car accidents each year in the United States, and three million car accident victims suffer injuries. Shockingly, 90 people die every day in car accidents. To reduce the number of car accidents, it is important to recognize the main causes. There are various elements that contribute to… Read More


What Should I Do in a Car Accident During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

The COVID-19 pandemic has increased everyone’s stress and anxiety. A car accident is already a traumatic event, and the accident scene can be overwhelming to process. What happens if you are involved in a car accident during the pandemic? Social distancing plays a significant role at the scene of a car accident. All drivers should… Read More


What are the Dangers of Passing in the Shoulder Lane?

When you are stuck in heavy traffic and you see other drivers using the shoulder lane, it is tempting to follow suit, particularly if you are in a rush. You may wonder, what is the harm in using the shoulder lane just this once? According to the AAA Foundation, approximately 12 percent of highway fatalities… Read More


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