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January 2020 Archives

The extreme dangers of cognitive distraction while driving

Have you ever arrived at your destination only to realize that you have no recollection of the time between when you left your house and when you parked your vehicle? Even with two hands on the wheel and eyes on the road, it is possible to be driving while distracted. An unfocused mind is actually quite dangerous, and it can lead to serious motor vehicle accidents.

Who is to blame if you trip and fall outdoors?

When you are walking outdoors, your mind is probably not on the various things that could cause you harm. You may simply be walking to your vehicle in a parking lot, going to work or exercising, and the next thing you know, you could find yourself on the ground, injured. Dealing with a trip-and-fall injury can be overwhelming, and you may be unsure of what you should do next. 

Wrong-way Florida driver in deadly crash

A Florida man was killed in an accident on Jan. 17 after driving the wrong way on the Don Shula Expressway in Miami. Around 2 p.m., an officer called in to report a Volkswagen sedan that was going north on the expressway's southbound lanes. The officer then turned around to try to pursue the vehicle.

Technology aims to stop drunk driving

Every year, thousands of people in Florida and across the country are severely injured in car accidents caused by drunk drivers. In fact, drunk driving has been one of the leading causes of injury crashes for over 100 years. With the wide range of advances in driving technology, however, it may be possible to stop drunk drivers and seriously cut down on the number of catastrophic crashes. One automaker is installing technology that aims to eliminate drunk driving without relying on breath test technology.

High drivers continue to pose a threat on the roads

According to a recent study, about 12 million people over the age of 16 admitted that they had driven while under the influence of marijuana at least once during the calendar year 2018. Additionally, 2 million people admitted to driving under the influence of other illegal drugs.

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