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November 2017 Archives

Things to keep in mind following a car accident

You just never know when another vehicle is going to slam into yours on the roadway. Florida highways can be extremely cluttered, busy places, and no matter how safe a driver you happen to be, there's not much you can do (if anything at all) about another motorist's actions. You may have already experienced situations where you narrowly averted disaster. Perhaps you noticed a car maneuvering erratically on the highway, so you kept your distance to avoid collision.

New technology could reduce truck accidents

According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, video technology could prevent up to 63,000 large truck accidents per year. In 2015, trucks driving on Florida and other state roads were involved in over 400,000 accidents. Those crashes resulted in over 4,000 deaths and more than 116,000 injuries. The study took place over a period of 15 months and looked at the cost and safety benefits of adding several different types of technology into large trucks.

ADHD medication may reduce automobile accidents

Driving in Florida is a complex task that requires attention to detail and focus. It can be challenging for individuals with ADHD to pay attention and focus for extended periods of time. So it comes as no surprise that individuals with ADHD may have a higher propensity to be distracted while driving and increase their chances of getting in an automobile accident.

The potentially deadly consequences of speeding

It's the time of year when everyone is in a hurry. From work obligations to traveling to see family on the holidays, it seems like everyone has more to do and more places to be. As a result, many drivers face the increased temptation to speed. While speeding may make a person feel like he or she will get to his or her destination faster, that is not the case. It is not really faster to speed, but it is significantly more dangerous.

Motorcycle crashes more likely to cause certain injuries

Florida motorcyclists know how essential safety precautions are when it comes to taking the streets on two wheels. Between 2001 and 2008, over 1,222,000 people were treated in emergency rooms in the United States for non-fatal injuries related to motorcycle crashes.

Work to remain alert in construction zones

No matter where you are driving, you likely want to get to your destination in a timely and efficient manner. You may try to plan ahead and schedule your day so that you can accomplish all the tasks you need to do. As you drive, you may feel as if you will have the ability to accomplish everything you had hoped when suddenly you hit traffic.

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