Auto Accidents

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Posted: August 18, 2022
Some over-the-counter medications can interfere with cognitive processing and physical response time. For example, cough syrup, decongestants, antihistamines, sleep aids, and more might result in delayed response time, increased instances of distraction, and heightened risks for an accident.… Read Full Post
Posted: August 08, 2022
Pedestrian safety is a common concern in areas frequented by tourists. Unfamiliarity with streets, the excitement of being on vacation, and new sights and distractions can all increase the risk of collision with a pedestrian – and as we approach another school year, talking to your children about… Read Full Post
Posted: June 21, 2022
New research has found that larger vehicles, such as SUVs, vans, pickup trucks, and minivans are more likely to strike cyclists than smaller vehicles such as passenger cars. This is particularly true when large vehicles are turning, an act that sees risks for bicycle accidents increase as much as… Read Full Post
Posted: May 09, 2022
May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. This coincides with the beginning of what is traditionally the riding season in the U.S. However, the amazing weather we enjoy year-round allows residents and visitors of Florida to ride at any time. Nonetheless, taking time this month to reassess your… Read Full Post
Posted: April 12, 2022
April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. How distracted are you? Distraction is a broad term that encompasses anything that is not directly related to the task of driving. The three primary types of distracted driving are: Visual. This includes reading, looking at signs, rubbernecking, and… Read Full Post
Posted: February 10, 2022
According to the National Highway Travel Safety Administration, occurrences of drunk driving are 22% higher on Super Bowl Sunday than on any other Sunday of the year. Some of these drivers are pulled over before they have a chance to injure others, but Super Bowl Sunday also sees an increase in… Read Full Post
Posted: January 12, 2022
You’ve likely heard that there is a shortage of skilled truck drivers in the United States. Trucking can be a lucrative career, but for many, the cost of purchasing and maintaining a cab and the uncertainty of “pay-by-the-load” contracts has made it an unenticing option, even for those who have… Read Full Post
Posted: November 10, 2021
53.4 million people will travel for Thanksgiving this year according to AAA’s forecast. This marks a 13% increase over 2020 and finds travel for the holiday within 5% of pre-pandemic levels – when traffic was increasing year over year. According to AAA, 48.3 million people will travel by car to… Read Full Post
Posted: October 14, 2021
National Teen Driver Safety Week is October 17th – 23rd, marking a great time for parents to have an honest conversation with their teen drivers about staying safe on the road. Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death for teens, led by things including alcohol use, inconsistent… Read Full Post
Posted: August 23, 2021
As Labor Day approaches, many people will be making the most of what’s remaining of summer vacation, heading to the beach or visiting nearby attractions to squeeze as much fun as possible out of these final days of summer. As traffic increases, it is important to remember your role in creating it… Read Full Post