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  • Back to School Safety: Tips for Students, Parents & Drivers
    Back to School Safety: Tips for Students, Parents & Drivers

    By: Allan M. Siegel A new school year is an exciting time, and while new teachers, courses, and classmates may offer plenty of reason to feel happy about the year ahead, there are as many reasons for ...

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  • Why You Should Put Your Smartphone Down While Driving
    Why You Should Put Your Smartphone Down While Driving

    Using a smartphone while driving is an incredibly dangerous behavior that may lead to catastrophic and fatal accidents. In 2017 alone, 3,166 people were killed in car accidents involving distracted ...

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  • 5 Types of Distracted Driving
    5 Types of Distracted Driving

    When people think of distracted driving, the first thing that may come to mind is texting and driving. While this is a major form of distracted driving, it is not the only behavior that takes a ...

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  • Distracted Driving: What It Is and Why It Is Dangerous
    Distracted Driving: What It Is and Why It Is Dangerous

    Distracted driving involves any activity that takes a driver’s eyes off the road. It is an extremely dangerous behavior that puts other motorists and pedestrians at risk. In fact, distracted driving ...

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  • DC's Right Care, Right Now Program Could Help Serious Car Crash Victims
    DC's Right Care, Right Now Program Could Help Serious Car Crash Victims

    By: Dan Hausman Mayor Muriel Bowser started the Right Care, Right Now initiative in Washington, D.C. about 15 months ago. The program connects 911 callers with issues that are not life threatening to ...

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  • Lawmakers Propose Setting Commercial Truck Speed Limiters at 65 MPH
    Lawmakers Propose Setting Commercial Truck Speed Limiters at 65 MPH

    By: Allan M. Siegel A bipartisan bill introduced by a Republican and Democratic senator is proposing a major change for the trucking industry: capping the top speed of commercial trucks at 65 MPH. ...

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