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September 2018 Archives

Fatal truck accidents on the rise: what can you do?

Because of the large size and heavy weight of semitrailers, Florida readers know accidents involving these types of vehicles can result serious injuries or death. Collisions are often caused by reckless or negligent truck drivers, and these types of motor vehicle crashes are on the rise. In fact, there are some who believe the government should work to reduce the number of truck collisions.

Motus links mobile worker car crashes with rise in smartphone use

The mobile workforce in Florida, as in the rest of the U.S., is becoming more connected, and with this comes a greater risk for smartphone use behind the wheel. A report from the vehicle management and reimbursement platform Motus shows just how connected the rise in smartphone use is with the rise in car crashes among mobile workers.

CVSA's Roadcheck results in nearly 12,000 out-of-service orders

The 2018 International Roadcheck took place between June 5 and 7. Truckers and truck fleet owners throughout Florida and the rest of North America were potentially subject to the annual inspection spree, which was conducted by the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance.

Drowsy driving is probably as bad as drunk driving

You may be asking how someone driving after not getting a good night's sleep could be as dangerous and culpable as someone who gets behind the wheel drunk, and you wouldn't be alone. Most people don't get the amount of sleep they should, but they still have to go about their lives. They can't do anything about it. Right?

How to drive safety during Florida's rainy season

As Florida readers know, the state is in the midst of its rainy season. This means that powerful thunderstorms roll through on a near daily basis, which can cause dangerous conditions on area roadways. Here are a few basic safety tips to help drivers successfully weather the storms.

Report shows how safety tech reduces backup crashes

Backup crashes can result in property damage as well as serious injuries if pedestrians are involved. They sometimes end in the deaths of young children, too. Florida residents should know, however, that safety technology for newer vehicles can help reduce their risk for backup crashes. A report states that those with rear automatic braking in their vehicles report 62 percent fewer backup crashes than those without.

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