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October 2014 Archives

Is your car or truck crashworthy?

When it comes to safety, today's automobiles far surpass those rolled out even five years ago. Auto manufacturers are constantly looking for ways to develop and add features aimed to improve a motor vehicle's functioning, handling and safety. For example, rear-view cameras and crash avoidance systems are designed to help prevent a driver from being involved in a car accident.

When a car accident occurs, is it possible to prove the responsible driver was distracted?

It's pretty easy to become distracted while driving. Talking on a cellphone, tending to a child in the backseat or changing the radio station are all activities that require a driver's attention and focus and therefore can interfere with a driver's ability to notice and respond to what's happening ahead of or around their vehicle. Likewise, stimuli outside a vehicle may serve to distract a driver. This is especially true when drivers travel through densely populated areas, school zones or road construction work zones.

Tips for homeowners to prevent swimming pool drowning accidents

Florida's sunshine and temperate climate mean that many state residents and visitors enjoy swimming year-round. A large percentage of homeowners in the Tampa area have private pools which can pose numerous safety dangers, particularly to small children.

GM recall tally for 2014 reaches 76

It's getting hard to keep track of all the recalls being issued by General Motors. Most notably, the embattled automotive company is currently facing a class action lawsuit related to numerous injuries and deaths linked to defective ignition switches that were used in approximately 2.5 million small cars. To date, the auto maker has issued 76 motor vehicle recalls during 2014 alone to encompass some 30 million vehicles.

Truck traveling at 60 MPH crashes into back of Florida school bus

Professional commercial truck drivers face many daily stresses and challenges as they work to transports goods along our nation's highways and roads. The men and women who work as truck drivers must have and maintain an exemplary driving record. Additionally, according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, commercial truck drivers are subject to numerous federal regulations related to the hours and times they are allowed to work. Truck drivers are also subject to routine drug and alcohol testing and must comply with routine vehicle maintenance checks.

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