Cars may be getting more advanced safety features, but U.S. traffic-related deaths are on the rise. Continue Reading...
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Preliminary data shows that traffic fatalities in the U.S. are up 10.4 percent during the first half of 2016. Continue Reading...
The most significant increases came for pedestrians and bicyclists. Continue Reading...
Traffic deaths are on the rise again, after a decade of decline. Continue Reading...
If you’re planning on driving this holiday season, be extra careful. Continue Reading...
Your airbags might not deploy during a crash, even if the vehicle isn’t actually defective. Continue Reading...
New York City will begin documenting all traffic-related fatalities on a new website as incoming Mayor Bill de Blasio pledges to eliminate all traffic deaths in 10 years. Continue Reading...
Distracted driving fatalities decreased slightly in 2012 according to the latest fatality analysis by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Continue Reading...
After increasing 5.3 percent last year, traffic fatalities have dropped 4.2 percent in the first half of 2013 according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Continue Reading...
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has released a study that shows younger women are far more likely to die than men in an equivalent car crash. Continue Reading...
It’s always great to get some good new regarding traffic. And this recent report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) falls into the good new category – they say that the number of fatalities on America’s highways is at its lowest level since 1950. Compared to 2008, deaths caused by vehicle collisions fell… Continue Reading...