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School Bus Accident Injures One

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It’s that time of the year again – back to school. With the start of school, we typically see more traffic on our morning and evening commutes as everyone tries to get where they need to be during those times. One of the biggest changes in traffic is the addition of school buses into… Read More »

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How to Mitigate the Four Inherent Dangers to Driving at Night

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Many say getting behind the wheel of a car is one of the most dangerous things a person can do; yet, once the sun sets, this dangerous activity gets increasingly more dangerous. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), nationwide, 49 percent of fatal crashes occur at night. Since the number of… Read More »

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Honda’s Defective Takata Air Bags: An Explosive Problem

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Defective Air Bag News Honda is initiating a large-scale ad campaign with the hope of getting vehicle owners who have faulty airbags to seek out repairs at local dealerships. The Takata Corporation is responsible for producing the defective airbags. The problem centers on an inflator that has the potential to explode, causing metal pieces… Read More »

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Automotive Tires: The Forgotten Safety Device

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Tires take on a tremendous amount of wear and tear and are one of the most important safety features on modern vehicles. Yet, they are also one of the most overlooked maintenance issues. People are apt to push their tires far beyond their reasonable and intended useful life in order to avoid or stave… Read More »

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