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In car accident cases, insurance companies must determine fault so that they can decide who is responsible for paying the damages associated with the crash. Every state in the U.S. has its own method of apportioning fault after a car accident. New Jersey law uses a modified comparative negligence model to apportion responsibility after an…

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Car accidents are the leading cause of accidental deaths of teenagers in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That frightening fact is being dealt with in a unique way in Texas, where a select group of teens took a supplemental driver’s education course that dealt with the realities of…

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The New Jersey Turnpike has been open for nearly seven decades. It stretches 122 miles, from Salem County in the South to Fort Lee in the North. There is often heavy traffic on the Turnpike because of the interconnection between heavily populated areas. One of the busiest toll roads in the United States, with over…

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A new international study published by the Society for Risk Analysis has found that females are more likely than males to engage in distracted driving. The study, “Should I text or call here?” also found that drivers who are more experienced are less likely to engage in distracted driving. “More experienced” does not necessarily mean…

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The recent death of a bicyclist in Arizona that was struck by a self-driving Uber test vehicle and the death of the driver of a partially-automated Tesla have raised new concerns over the safety of autonomous vehicles. While technology in self-driving cars can potentially save lives by “seeing” things the human eye cannot detect, these…

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More and more, modern motor vehicles are being equipped with advanced driver-assistance systems. These may include electronic stability control, anti-lock brakes, adaptive cruise and traction control, and lane-departure warning. While some of these features are built into cars during manufacture, some are available as an add-on or through aftermarket purchase. But even with all of…

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According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, 83 percent of older drivers have never discussed their driving restrictions with family members or physicians and 15 percent only do so after they get a ticket, or they are involved in a crash. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) encourages older drivers to understand how…

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Many parents look ahead with apprehension to the day when their child will begin to drive. Everyone knows that no matter how skilled a driver is, there are many on the road who drive recklessly and aggressively. A teen driver who has not yet gained the confidence and skill may be at an even greater…

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