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Decline in Investigations into Auto Safety Incidents

Not long ago we witnessed the largest auto-safety recall in history, with the dangerous Takata airbags having been recalled from many different brands and models of vehicles. An increase in the use of parts created by a single manufacturer across vehicle brands has resulted in a number of large-scale recalls. Yet last year, the federal…

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Making Sure Your Car is Road-Worthy

Once you get behind the wheel and buckle up, you may believe that there is little more that you can do to ensure your safety in a car accident. After all, you are at the mercy of road conditions, weather, and other drivers who may not be as conscientious a driver as you are. But…

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Back to School Safety

In many parts of the country, students have already returned to school. With school now in session, drivers need to be extra vigilant for children walking and biking to the bus stop, playground, and school yard. The following are some helpful safety tips for navigating back to school traffic to prevent injuries to children. Safety…

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Car Dancing Challenge

American comedian, Shiggy, posted a video on Instagram where he jumps out of a moving car to dance along to the song, In My Feelings by Drake. Since the video was posted in June, close to 500,000 #inmyfeelings videos have appeared on social media sites from the United States to as far away as Egypt…

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Half of Parents Drive While Using Cell Phones

A new study has revealed a shocking fact: 50 percent of parents are using cell phones while they are driving with their young children in the car. We have all heard about the dangers of distracted drivers, but many think an accident will never happen to them. Unfortunately, car accidents can and do happen, and…

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Legal Tire Tread May Be Unsafe

Driving with worn out tires can cause accidents. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), worn out tires are responsible for 11,000 car accidents and 200 fatalities every year in the U.S. As a result, most states have policies regarding the acceptable depth of a tire tread for public safety. In New Jersey,…

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