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AT&T Launches Distracted Driving Ads To Help Boost Safety

Distracted driving is a serious issue. And as law enforcement agencies across the country step up their game and crack down on distracted drivers, private organizations and companies also step up. AT&T has been carrying out a series of efforts to fight distracted...

Injury Accident Linked To Google Car For The First Time

An accident involving a distracted driver has just been associated with a Google car. If the news concerning the auto accidents involving autonomous cars wasn’t enough to stir the debate on whether the self-driving technology is actually safe, this new report...

Ford, Hyundai Launch Recalls Over Seat Belt Woes

The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration continues to launch auto recalls despite the increasing difficulties related to the rise in the number of recalls being launched nationwide. As automakers are pressured to make sure their vehicles are not...

Deadly Distracted Driving Accident Claims Cyclist’s Life

Distracted driving is an issue that continues to haunt Californians. The latest news report concerning a deadly accident caused by a distracted driver is hitting the news and as more people learn about the tragic accident, more will begin looking into the distracted...

14 Million Involved In Accidents Caused By Senior Drivers

Too often, auto accidents happen when we least expect. But frequently, accidents are also caused by those we least expect to see behind the wheel. According to Consumer Reports, 14 million Americans were, in one way or another, involved in auto accidents last year...

New In Car Tech May Pose Safety Risks, Experts Say

When it comes to car safety, many automakers are quick to refer to their vehicles’ latest features. Unfortunately for drivers across the country, the technologies developed by automakers are not always developed with safety in mind. To many experts however, many...

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