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Drowsy driving killing thousands of people each year

All traffic safety experts agree that drowsy driving is a major danger in Wisconsin and across the U.S. However, there is some debate regarding the actual number of injuries and fatalities drowsy driving crashes cause each year. For example, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there are around 100,000 fatigue-related accidents reported to… Continue reading Drowsy driving killing thousands of people each year

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Phone use behind the wheel is prominent among millennials

Liberty Mutual Insurance has conducted a Multi-National Distracted Driving Study that shows how widespread the trend of distracted driving is among different age groups. Wisconsin residents should be aware that anything that takes a driver’s attention from the road is a distraction. It can be a visual, aural or cognitive distraction. The study, which involved… Continue reading Phone use behind the wheel is prominent among millennials

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Distractions to avoid when on the road

Drivers in Wisconsin should know that distracted driving can be a deadly form of negligence. It resulted in 3,166 car crash fatalities in 2017, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and it continues to be a widespread trend. To protect themselves and others, drivers should first understand the most distracting activities. phone use… Continue reading Distractions to avoid when on the road

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NHTSA: 2018 saw slight decline in car crash fatalities

Drivers in Wisconsin may be interested to know that the 2018 preliminary report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is out. While there has been some improvement in one area, there are lingering safety concerns for other areas. Overall, the number of motor vehicle accident deaths went down about 1% from 37,133 in 2017… Continue reading NHTSA: 2018 saw slight decline in car crash fatalities

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Getting a license can raise teens’ car crash risk eight times

While it can be a time for celebration when teens get their license, there is a very real risk that goes along with it. Wisconsin drivers should know that the National Institutes for Health ran a study comparing teen driving behavior before obtaining their license and after. It turns out that the chances that teens… Continue reading Getting a license can raise teens’ car crash risk eight times

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