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Drug Use of Fatally Injured Drivers has Increased the Past 5 Years Announces NHTSA
Drug Use of Fatally Injured Drivers has Increased the Past 5 Years Announces NHTSA

In a recent National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) press release , the results of a new study demonstrated a rise in drug involvement levels among drivers that suffered fatal injuries in traffic accidents from the years 2005 to 2009. The study marks the first ...

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Blog Posts in 2010

  • No Matter the Breed, Dogs Can Bite

    USA Today recently published an article detailing the findings of a study by the University of Colorado, Denver, where data of children bitten by dogs ...

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  • Evenflo Recalls Booster Seats in U.S., Canada

    On October 15, Evenflo Company, Inc. initiated a voluntary recall of certain Maestro Combination Booster Seats. The recall includes child restraint ...

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  • San Francisco to Charge Auto Accident-Causing Motorists a Cleanup Fee

    By mid-October, San Francisco will be the first major city in California to implement what is referred to as a “first-responder fee.” According to an ...

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  • Car Accident Costs in the U.S. Estimated at $230 Billion Annually

    The costs associated with a San Jose car accident can vary greatly, and can depend on the amount of vehicle damage that occurs, whether or not people ...

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  • Senior Drivers May Be Safer than Teens, but Accidents Can Happen to Anyone

    There seems to be a definite reason why so many people associate elder drivers with traveling at a snail’s pace, and teenagers with possessing the ...

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