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2,456 Deaths in 2016 Due to Not Buckling Up

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) once again collaborated with local law enforcement agencies nationwide to remind people to buckle up.  The agency recently kicked off its yearly “Click It or Ticket” safety campaign in an effort to increase seat belt use and prevent needless car... Read More

Top 5 Road Hazards for Motorcycles

Apart from crashes with passenger vehicles, road hazards are among the leading causes of motorcycle injuries and deaths. Gravel, potholes, or uneven pavement may have little effect on a car, but these things can pose real danger for motorcycles, which are more apt to lose control. From... Read More

Pedestrian Deaths Down in NYC

There’s good news for bicyclists and pedestrians in New York City: the streets are slowly becoming safer when it comes to vehicular traffic. The New York Times reports that Queens Boulevard, a busy thoroughfare that has claimed 186 lives since 1990, has not had a single fatality... Read More

DUIs Down, Numbers Still Troubling

While DUIs have been on a steady decline in the U.S. for more than a decade, the number of drivers operating motor vehicles under the influence is still troubling. More than 27 million drivers got behind the wheel after drinking in 2014, according to new numbers from... Read More