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15 | Aug
15 August 2017 By James Johnson

Deadliest Vehicles on Road Are Also the Tiniest

Smaller Vehicles, More Deaths The deadliest vehicles on our roads are also the tiniest. Half of the vehicles listed on the top 10 deadliest vehicles on the road are mini cars and three are small cars, according to the latest 2017 report by the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety. The rating is based on the […]

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03 | Mar
03 March 2017 By James Johnson

Highway Deaths Up 6 Percent in 2016 Federal Safety Council Predicts

WASHINGTON, D.C. (March 3, 2017) – Every year the National Safety Council shares its predictions about traffic safety, but this year the news is alarming as they expect a 6 percent increase in the number of deaths last year in 2016. “It’s disheartening to see the number of fatal crashes increasing last year,” said Attorney […]

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06 | Dec
06 December 2016 By James Johnson

Fatal Crashes up 17 Percent in Los Angeles County Since 2010

LOS ANGELES, California (December 5, 2016) — The number of deaths on roads and freeways in Los Angeles County has risen 17 percent, but armed with a $1.9 million grant police are hoping to reduce traffic fatalities next year, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Indeed, there were 3,176 lives lost in California […]

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13 | Oct
13 October 2016 By James Johnson

1 in 5 Fatal California Crashes Involved Drugged Drivers, Auto Club Says

One in five fatal crashes in California involved a driver who tested positive for drugs, making a proposal to legalize recreational marijuana here a troubling idea, the Auto Club reported this week. “The problem extends beyond recreational marijuana and illegal drug usage — many prescription drugs can impair skills that are critical to driving,” said […]

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