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During 100 deadliest days, teen drivers must be more cautious

Parents in Wisconsin with newly licensed teens should be concerned when summer break rolls around because this coincides with what are called the 100 deadliest days: that is, the period between Memorial Day and Labor Day. It’s during this time that the number of teen driving crash fatalities tends to rise. The number of such… Continue reading During 100 deadliest days, teen drivers must be more cautious

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OSHA oversight does not extend to small farm injuries

Farming is one of the deadliest industries in Wisconsin and across the U.S. with workers, many of them young, being killed by heavy machinery. Oftentimes, these accidents come about as a result of owners neglecting OSHA safety standards. Yet OSHA can do nothing about it in the case of small farms. Specifically, farms with 10… Continue reading OSHA oversight does not extend to small farm injuries

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Subcompacts and sports cars have highest rate of fatal crashes

Drivers of subcompacts and sports cars in Wisconsin should be aware that these vehicle types tend to have the highest rate of fatal accidents. This was the conclusion of a study by iSeeCars.com. The automotive research firm analyzed the fatal crash rate of model 2013-2017 vehicles and found that, on average, 2.6 of them would… Continue reading Subcompacts and sports cars have highest rate of fatal crashes

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Driving too slow: A danger for other road users

Most drivers know that they should avoid speeding, but they might not be aware that it’s illegal in Wisconsin to drive slow to the point where they’re impeding the reasonable flow of traffic. It’s dangerous behavior, and it begets other dangerous behavior as impatient drivers might follow too closely to intimidate the slow driver or… Continue reading Driving too slow: A danger for other road users

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IIHS report: drivers grow inattentive when using ADAS

Advanced driver-assistance systems provide cars with Level Two automation, which means that while they do not provide full automation, they can take over certain functions as long as drivers are still attentive to the road. These functions include braking, accelerating and keeping the car in its lane. Wisconsin drivers may have heard about how ADAS… Continue reading IIHS report: drivers grow inattentive when using ADAS

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Study shows fatal crashes rise in the wake of DST

The spring switch to daylight saving time may leave many residents of Wisconsin feeling drowsy. Having one’s sleep schedule disrupted in this way can have a negative impact on health and safety as various studies have shown. For example, the first week of DST has been linked with a greater number of workplace injuries and… Continue reading Study shows fatal crashes rise in the wake of DST

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