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April 24, 2020

A California man has been arrested and charged with 3 counts of murder after slamming into a Prius, causing it to hit a tree on purpose. Authorities are investigating whether the suspect knew the victims, or if it was an act of intentional road violence on random victims.

All Too Common

During the early autumn 2019, a Wisconsin mother who was teaching her son to drive was shot to death after a minor...

February 3, 2020

Total traffic deaths have increased from 2019, a new Delaware Police analysis shows. The data is collected from the first two weeks of January, and may set the tone for the upcoming year.

Total traffic deaths have increased from 6 individuals to 8, an unfortunate uptick that may be partially accredited to lack of seat belt use, as shown below:

This statistic includes teen Jordan Tate, who passed awa...

June 5, 2018

The 100 deadliest days statistics are attributed mostly toward the younger demographic. In a 2015 study, Highway Safety Advocates found that for every 100,000 Americans under the age of 21, 1.2 people were killed in drunken driving fatalities. Not only are people 25 and under more likely to die in car crashes, they also have the highest rate of crash involvement resulting in the deaths of others,...

May 31, 2018

Distracted driving is an epidemic throughout our country. As more and more drivers text while on the road, distracted driving crashes are steadily increasing each year. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 9 people are killed every day in the U.S. as a result of crashes involving a distracted driver.

May 23, 2018

As drivers of cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs, we have the responsibility not only to share the road, but also to take proactive measures to increase the safety of motorcycle riders who we encounter on our way. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported more than 4,965 motorcyclists were killed in 2015. While some of these accidents were single vehicle accidents, the majority involved au...

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