Trump Pledge To Purge Regulations Worries Road Safety Groups
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  • Trump Pledge To Purge Regulations Worries Road Safety Groups
    December 30, 2016
    During the 2016 presidential election campaign, President-elect Donald Trump vowed to clear the path for American companies by slashing red tape and regulations. While this pledge has been warmly received by the country’s business communities, it has worried safety advocacy groups like Road Safe America....
  • Snapchat Speed Filter Could Encourage Reckless Driving
    December 20, 2016
    Authorities are concerned that the Snapchat speed filter is encouraging dangerous driving in Connecticut and across the United States. The filter for the popular smartphone app has been linked to more than one serious car crash, according to media reports. In November, a 22-year-old male...
  • Unsafe Driving Behaviors Were The Focus Of Safety Week
    December 14, 2016
    Unsafe driving behaviors like speeding lead to many of the fatal car accidents that occur in Connecticut each year. The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance tries to prevent these types of fatalities by conducting an annual week-long safety campaign every year. The 2016 event resulted in...
  • Three Tips For Victims Of Hit-And-Run Accidents In Connecticut
    December 13, 2016
    Car crashes are stressful. It doesn’t matter if the accident is a minor fender bender or a major collision; either process is likely to raise your stress levels. This is true especially when the party responsible for the accident leaves the scene. Unfortunately, hit-and-run accidents...
  • Less Sleep May Lead To More Crashes, Study Suggests
    December 12, 2016
    Research suggests that getting behind the wheel without first getting a requisite amount of sleep could have deadly consequences for motorists in Connecticut and around the country. According to one study, accident rates for drivers who get a mere four or five hours of sleep...
  • Autonomous Trucks On The Horizon
    December 7, 2016
    Connecticut truck drivers could soon be a part of an industry in which autonomous trucks will have a significant role, according to a report by the American Transportation Research Institute. An updated infrastructure, better safety and efficiency, legal changes and significant regulatory reform will be...