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Understanding Northern California Large Truck Accidents
Understanding Northern California Large Truck Accidents

Large trucks can weigh 20-30 times as much as the average passenger vehicle, and they need 20-40 times the distance to stop fully, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). With differences in size, weight, and speed that are this big, it comes as no ...

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Blog posts in November, 2012

  • Keeping Kids Safe In And Around The Car

    Most parents know how important it is to use a proper child safety seat or booster seat in order to keep kids safe during a road trip. However, it’s ...

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  • Ntsb Announces Its Top Four Most-wanted Vehicle Safety Features

    The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recently released its “top ten most wanted” safety features across all U.S. modes of transport, ...

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  • Plan Ahead For A Safe Road Trip This Thanksgiving

    As many as half of all U.S. residents decide to travel on the long Thanksgiving weekend, and the vast majority travel by car. All this extra traffic ...

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  • During National Drowsy Driving Prevention Week, Practice Safe, Well-rested Driving

    Drowsy driving is involved in over 16 percent of U.S. car crashes every year, or about one in six, according to the AAA Foundation. During National ...

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  • Ways To Prevent Dog Bite Injuries In Children

    Children are the most common victims of dog bite injuries in California , according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The ...

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  • GHSA Expresses Support, Concern For NHTSA Driver Licensing Rules

    Th e Governors’ Highway Safety Association (GHSA) recently expressed a mixture of support and concern for new graduated driver licensing rules ...

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  • Importance Of Equipment Maintenance In California Workplaces

    No one can argue that even if you work with toxic chemicals, blasting equipment, or similar equipment, the possibility of injury may be greater than ...

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