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Blog Posts in September, 2016

  • Drive Safely Work Week™ 2016 Information

    It is estimated that 94% of all car accidents are caused by some form of human error. In other words, unless an auto defect takes control from the driver or a wild act of nature throws unpredictable elements at the driver, every single car accident should be preventable In order to cut down the number of car accidents around the world, the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) will be ...
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  • Looking into Autopilot Liability: Is Tesla to Blame?

    Tesla is once again feeling the scrutiny of the skeptical public and safety associations after a string of news stories hit headlines regarding the safety, or lack thereof, of their “Autopilot” system. In Netherlands, a Tesla electric vehicle flew off the road and struck a tree, killing the driver. Although the crash is still being investigated, it would appear the self-driving feature had been ...
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  • Ford Police Interceptors Face Massive Recall Due to Fuel Pump Defect

    Ford has issued a wide-scale recall of its Ford Police Interceptor sedans due to a fuel pump defect . The problematic part can apparently shut down a vehicle in motion without warning and, once it does, it never starts back up again. If this were to happen while in the middle of the highway, the results could be catastrophic. We are thankful to be able to say that no accidents, injuries, or deaths ...
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  • National Child Passenger Safety Week 2016 Coming This September

    Automobile accidents are a serious concern for children across the country. Statistics indicate that car crashes are actually the leading cause of death for many young age groups, including children between 3 and 6 years old. To help counteract the problem of children losing their lives in car accidents, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) will organize the National Child ...
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  • Cause of Deadly School Bus Accident in Denver Unknown

    An Adams County school bus driver lost her life on Sunday, September 11 th , after her school bus collided with a concrete fixture at the Denver International Airport. The driver had just picked up 28 members of the Legacy High School football team, as well as four adult supervisors. Initial reports state that along with the driver losing her life, 15 other passengers required hospitalization, 2 ...
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