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Seat Belts Not ‘Clicking’ With Enough People

BROWN COUNTY, Wis. – Heading into the new year, law enforcement urges people to make a resolution to buckle up…Read More »

Consumer Reports: Ways to Stay Connected, Avoid Distracted Driving

Car crash deaths are on the rise and many experts believe driver distraction from smartphones remains a problem…Read More »

Edmunds Sizes Up New Car-Safety Technology

We are in a new era of car safety: The focus has shifted from reducing death and injury in a vehicle collision to preventing a crash from happening in the first place. Safety…Read More »

Tesla’s New Electric Semis a Hit With Heavy Haulers

ATLANTA, Georgia – The United Parcel Service of America, Inc., widely known as UPS, today announced it has placed a reservation for 125 of Tesla’s new fully electric…Read More »

Drivers Who Rely on High-Tech Driving Features Getting Into Accidents

TAMPA, Fla. – The roads are crowded this time of year as people rush to get last minute shopping trips out of the way. Our traffic reporter Leslee Lacey spoke with…Read More »

MADD Makes Holiday Driving Safety Announcement

HARTFORD, CT – Mothers Against Drunk Driving were joined by Hartford city officials, police and AAA to raise awareness about the dangers of drunk driving at a news…Read More »

Last-Minute Holiday Travel Tips

Travel experts at the American Automobile Association (AAA) predict that 107 million Americans will head over the river and through the woods to visit relatives…Read More »

Ensuring Your Parents’ Safety When It Comes to Driving

One day, Kate Scheirman was driving and found herself behind an elderly man driving his car.
Boom!…Read More »

Training Safe Drivers

Teenagers got a “crash course” in truck driving safety with the Arkansas Trucking Association and FedEx drivers Mark Rook of Little Rock and Larry Rhein of Harrison…Read More »

Splitsecnd Is a Gadget That Increases Safety While Driving

Despite being one of the most done activities every day in the entire world, driving is a really dangerous activity. Statistics do not lie: according to the Association…Read More »

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The Rear-End Collision is the most common type of vehicle crash. One-third of all crashes involving two or more vehicles, almost 2 million annually, are rear-end collisions. Over 85% are caused by a combination of insufficient following distance and driver inattention.

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