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- What Are Georgia's Booster Seat Laws?
Parents all know that if they plan to drive their child, they will need a car seat. To help keep our children safe while in a vehicle, there are laws all parents should be familiar with.
- Pennsylvania Highway Safety Laws Need Improvement
Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety (AHAS) in Washington, D.C. assert that Pennsylvania’s highway safety laws lag behind ten other states, putting Pennsylvania drivers at a higher risk of preventable car accident injuries and deaths.
- Decline in Deadly Car Crashes
Drivers may be safer than ever thanks to improved car designs on some of the nation’s most popular car brands.
- Potholes Cause Serious Car Accidents
Potholes are a leading cause of car accidents in our area this time of year.
- Safety Concerns for Motorcyclists
It has been said that seatbelts save lives in car accidents. The same can be said for wearing helmets while operating a motorcycle.
- NTSB Requests Highway Regulators Make Safety Recommendations a Top Priority
According to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), truck accident deaths have increased by nearly 17% since 2009.
- Pennsylvania Motorcycle Laws are Cause for Concern
In 1967, the federal government required states to have laws making motorcycle riders wear helmets in order to qualify for certain federal safety programs and highway construction funds. Most states complied with this to receive the funding.
- MADD'S Mission to Take on Drugged Driving
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) was founded in 1980 in an attempt to address the issue of drunk driving.
- Decline in Fatal Car Accidents
According to the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety’s (IIHS) most recent statistics, the probability of dying in a car accident has declined by more than one-third in the past three years.
- Motorcycle Accidents Show Decrease in Injuries and Fatalities
Motorcycles are often difficult for other vehicles to see when traveling on roadways simply because cars and trucks are much larger in size than the two-wheeled vehicles.