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Connecticut Plans Wakeup Call For Drowsy Drivers

Drivers on Route 202 in Litchfield who lose focus and drift may get shaken awake by new rumble strips in the center of the roadway.

The state transportation department is putting $12,000 toward an experiment in reducing the sort of lethal head-on wrecks and sideswipes that occur on undivided two-lane roads with relatively high speed limits …Read More »

University Making Huge Strides in Vehicle Safety

FLINT, MI (WNEM) – There’s not many things scarier then getting into a car accident with your child in the vehicle.

Engineers at Kettering University in Flint are making sure everything is being done to keep children safe in those terrifying situations … Read More »

US Agency Closes Probe Into Ford Pickup Trucks

U.S. safety regulators have decided against seeking a recall of Ford F-150 pickup trucks after investigating complaints about reduced power in EcoBoost engines.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says it closed a probe started in May. It covered nearly 360,000 trucks with 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged engines from the 2011 through 2013 model years… Read More »

Four Out of 10 Drivers Don’t Know this Dashboard Warning Could Save Their Lives

When it comes to tire pressure safety, many drivers fall flat in connecting this all-important safety concern with the dashboard icon that could alert them to a problem, a new national survey shows. With an estimated 245 million cars and light trucks on U.S. roadways, driver safety concerns are top-of-mind among consumers. In fact, 95 percent of drivers consider vehicle safety features an important issue when shopping for a car. Unfortunately, when it comes to recognition of lifesaving vehicle dashboard icons, many drivers are unaware, uninformed and unprepared … Read More »

5 Areas to Look Over while Demanding for Road Traffic Accident Claims

Most individuals understand that Road Traffic Accident Claims only does harm to the vehicle. Yet, you can likewise recoup different harms. In minor accidents there may be no harm to the individual, so no medicinal consideration is needed. Nonetheless, the mischance can result in psychological anxiety and trauma, which is once in a while recoverable as torment and enduring. However, there are many such cases where you should fasten your …
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Only 2 Midsize SUVs Get Top Rating in Crash Tests

Only two of nine midsize SUVs got the highest rating in crash tests done by an insurance industry group.

The Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain, both made by General Motors, received the highest “good” rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The Toyota Highlander got the second-best “acceptable” rating in tests of 2014 models …
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U.S. Transportation Secretary Foxx Urges Caution in Nation’s Highway Work Zones

SEATTLE – U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx today urged people to drive carefully in highway work zones as the start of construction season begins in many states, putting more highway workers and drivers in close proximity. In 2012, the most recent year for which data are available, 609 people died in highway work-zone crashes – an increase of 19 fatalities compared to 2011 …Read More »

GM Receives Eight Best Fleet Value in America Awards

General Motors won eight Vincentric 2014 Best Fleet Value in America™ awards, the second consecutive year GM has topped the list. GM leads all automakers in number of vehicles recognized since the awards …
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The Driver Advantage™ Driver Safety e-Newsletter from Driving Dynamics Reaches Three-Year Milestone

Newark, Delaware, February 28, 2014- Driving Dynamics Inc. announced today its award-winning driver safety e-newsletter, The Driver Advantage, has reached a three-year anniversary. To celebrate the milestone the company has produced a commemorative, full-color magazine-style edition that is available for free to safety, fleet and risk professionals. The publication can be accessed at: This … Read More »

DRIVING DYNAMICS Is Honored With Two APEX 2013 Awards of Excellence

Newark, Delaware – The APEX Awards for Publication Excellence organization has announced that DRIVING DYNAMICS is the 2013 recipient of two prestigious awards. These awards recognize the company’s extensive library of Driver Safety Tip Videos in two different categories: Electronic Media and Writing. Since 2011, DRIVING DYNAMICS produces new Safety Tips each month for inclusion … Read More »

DRIVING DYNAMICS Announces Senior Staff Promotions

Newark, Delaware – DRIVING DYNAMICS has promoted Debbie Lodge to Vice President of Client Relations and Stig Nielsen to Director of BTW Training Services. Lodge joined the company in 2009 when it moved its headquarters from New Jersey to Delaware and has been responsible for the development of enhanced, account service processes as well as … Read More »

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Posted Speed Limits

Q. Hello, my name is David D. and I travel about four days per week, averaging 900-1200 miles each week. My question today pertains to the speed limit on the interstates that I travel. Because I cross state lines, I may find myself on a 65 MPH interstate or a 70 MPH interstate. I have always heard that state highway patrol officers will give you 5 miles per hour over what the speed limit is, my question is…is that true or is there some unwritten rule that allows us to drive 5 miles per hour over the posted speed limit?
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Tire Manufacturing Date

Q. I have been told that all tires have a manufacturing date stamped on the sidewall. After checking the tires on my pickup and on my wife’s car, I can’t seem to find the manufacturing date. Could you give me some direction as to where I should look, or even if the date of manufacturing really exists on a tire?


Larry G. By E-mail

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Seasonal Driving Safety Tips

Bus Stop/School Zone Driving Safety Tips At a glance: Twice a day during the school year, sidewalks fill with kids who walk or bicycle to school, or ride the bus. Follow these tips to keep them safe — especially between 3 and 4 p.m., when the most severe school-age pedestrian injuries happen. Look both ways … Read More »

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