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Warning: Drowsy Driving May Be More Widespread Than You Think

Roughly 91,000 crashes in the United States are caused each year by drowsy driving  — resulting in the deaths of nearly 800 people and injuries of around 50,000 others. These are the figures released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. While these figures may be staggering, they're only estimates. Determining whether drowsy driving was a factor in...

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Alabama Attorney Offers Best Ideas to Prevent Motorcycle Fatalities

Until the colder weather arrives, many residents of Alabama will take their motorcycles out for a weekend cruise or for their daily commute. Motorcyclists have just as much right to access Alabama roadways as motorists. Some drivers, however, treat them as a nuisance. Others simply fail to pay attention and don't look for motorcyclists in...

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A Call for Ride-Hailing Services to Use Safer Cars

Somewhere in New York City, there’s a 2011 Hyundai Sonata GLS with eight pending safety recalls. They range from potential seat-belt detachment to possible engine failure. Meanwhile, in the Seattle area, there is a 2011 Ford Fusion with five open recalls, including a dangerous airbag issue. If you use the ride-hailing services Uber or Lyft...

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The Best Ideas to Avoid Alabama Pedestrian Accidents

As walkable communities are becoming more and more popular, accidents involving pedestrians are also on the rise. Car manufacturers are taking steps to prevent collisions with pedestrians, which are a major safety concern here in Alabama. A 2018 report by the Governors Highway Safety Association stated that Alabama ranks eighth highest in the country for...

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Attorney Discusses Rollover Accidents in Alabama

We’re seeing more SUVs on the roads of Mobile. While the reduction in gas prices may be a factor, many drivers are also attracted to the high ground clearance, sporty appeal and increased horsepower of SUVs. But according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Highway Loss Data Institute (IIHS, HLDI), these vehicles are the...

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