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do statistics show who are worse drivers men or women?

Worse Drivers, Men or Women? The Survey Says …

Who are the worse drivers, men or women? We’re not looking to inflame the so-called battle of the sexes. In researching this topic we found numerous studies claiming to provide facts and insight on America’s driving habits.  After a while the studies piled up to the point that this age-old […]

Time Change Causes Accidents

Time Change Causes Accidents

Spring ahead and fall back, they say, but do they know the time change causes accidents? Setting clocks ahead in the spring and back in the fall annoys many people.  Beyond the annoyance, car accident experts warn that setting the clock back in the fall increases the number of car […]

Car Accidents & Injuries

What Causes Most Car Accidents?

You’re driving along at full highway speed. Music plays. Thoughts wander from that project at work to weekend plans. Seems like nothing could go wrong. The suddenly, bam. Car accidents kill 38,000 people in the U.S. each year. Two million injuries result from car accidents annually. Records indicated 34,436 car […]

Motor Vehicle Accidents & Fault

Motor Vehicle Accidents Don’t Just Happen

Motor vehicle accidents don’t “just happen”, contrary to the old saying.  For the most part, motor vehicle accidents happen because someone is at fault.  If everyone behind the wheel always drove safely and followed the rules, there would be few if any accidents on the highways. Even good drivers make mistakes. […]

Winter Driving Conditions & Accidents

Winter Driving Conditions: Why Snow Accidents Happen

Winter driving conditions challenge even the most experienced drivers. From multi car pileups on the interstates to the slipping and sliding fender benders on local roads, snow and ice present collision dangers unlike any others. With the exception of brand new drivers who have never ever driven in snow and […]

Are Rotaries Safe?

Rotaries: Traffic Dangers and Statistics

Traffic rotaries send traffic looping around in a circle instead of meeting at an intersection.  In the U.S. they exist largely but not entirely in New England.  Rotaries started out in Europe but were imported to the U.S. as an alternative to controlled intersections. Highway “experts” claim rotaries aid in […]

Cell Phones and Accidents: Is Legal Cell Phone Use Negligence?

Motor vehicle accidents happen more often than not due to driver inattention.  Jabbering on the cell phone, texting, eating, drinking, turning to communicate with passengers, daydreaming and many other distractions reduce driver attention. Cell phones and accidents present growing legal issues. Whether the distraction breaks a state law or not, […]



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