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Monthly Archives: February 2013

Fatal car accidents increased for first time in seven years

Feb 28, 2013 by , Car Accidents

Fatal car accidents increased by five percent in 2012, according to the National Safety Council. Car accidents that required medical care also increased by five percent last year. This is the first time fatal traffic accidents have increased in the last seven years in the U.S., making safety officials question why deaths increased last year. The National Safety Council said that the increase could have been partially caused by more people driving last year and the mild winter, which makes it easier for people to drive. However, this is only […]

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NC wants ignition interlocks to prevent drunk driving accidents

Feb 22, 2013 by , Car Accidents

Drunk driving accidents continue to plagued North Carolina roads. Drunk driving accidents sometimes cause serious injuries and fatalities for victims of these accidents. What can be done to prevent car accidents from happening in the future? North Carolina lawmakers think they may have the answer. They have recently proposed a bill that would require all DWI offenders to install ignition interlock devices to increase public safety in the state. Current North Carolina law requires DWI offenders with a blood alcohol content of 0.15 or higher and for repeat DWI offenders […]

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DOT investigating dangerous bus companies

Feb 15, 2013 by , Truck Accidents

Bus accidents continue to result in serious injuries and fatalities throughout the U.S. This is why the Department of Transportation recently announced that they would be cracking down on dangerous commercial bus companies to try and reduce these tragic accidents from happening in the future. The DOT said that within the next two months, they will increase inspections and enforcement of commercial buses. They said they are also relying on local law enforcement to help stop commercial buses that speed, use cellphones while driving and make unsafe lane changes. Federal […]

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Older motorcyclists more likely to be injured in a crash

Motorcyclists beware: motorcyclists over the age of 60 are three times more likely to be seriously injured in an accident compared to younger riders, according to a new study. This could be a big safety concern as motorcycles are becoming more popular among older people. The number of older motorcycle riders has significantly increased during the last decade. In 1990, only one in 10 motorcyclists was over the age of 50. In 2003, the number of motorcyclists over the age of 50 increased to one out of every four motorcyclists. […]

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