Monthly Archives: March 2013

SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION RELATED ACCIDENTS CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURIES AND DEATH.

On March 28, a one-year-old child was injured in an accident involving a school bus in Columbia, Maryland.  The accident occurred when the car being driven by the victim’s mother attempted to make a left turn in front of a … Continue reading

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TEENAGE CAR ACCIDENT FATALITIES CAUSED BY DISTRACTED DRIVING ON THE RISE

According to a survey conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), highway fatalities increased by over 7 percent in the first nine months of 2012.  The total number of fatalities increased from 1,696 to 25,580 during this time … Continue reading

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New Study Finds Teen Driver Deaths Increased In 2012

A couple weeks ago, we addressed the increasing problem of distracted driving and the effect it is having on motorist safety.  That post discussed the AAA Foundation For Traffic Safety report finding that distracted driving is a significant concern and … Continue reading

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Mom-Mobiles by Honda Recalled for Rolling Away

The Honda Motor Co. recently issued a recall for its popular Odyssey mom-mobiles due to an ignition switch default.  This default allows the ignition key to be removed without the car being shifted into the park position, which increases the … Continue reading

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