Occupants Of Small Vehicles Have Greater Risk Of Injury
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  • Occupants Of Small Vehicles Have Greater Risk Of Injury
    September 27, 2017
    Connecticut consumers who are attracted to smaller cars should consider that compact vehicles fare poorly in most crashes. Even if their crash ratings appear to be good, those figures might not be based on scenarios with larger and heavier vehicles. According to the Insurance Institute...
  • Charges Of Selling Or Dealing Drugs
    September 22, 2017
    While all drug crimes are treated harshly under Connecticut law, those involving sales or distribution may carry some of the longest sentences other than those involving drug trafficking. Drug dealing or sales are more limited in scope than are crimes involving trafficking. Drug dealing is a...
  • Car Accidents Often Take Place In Familiar Residential Areas
    September 18, 2017
    Drivers in Connecticut and around the country are generally more vigilant when traffic is moving quickly. However, car accident studies reveal that many serious crashes occur on sparsely traveled roads and residential neighborhoods. Familiar or quiet surroundings encourage the mind to relax, and most motorists...
  • Driving In The Fall
    September 15, 2017
    Some motorists from Connecticut may wish to learn more about how they can keep themselves a little safer in fall weather conditions. The beauties of fall can often hide some unpleasant dangers that may require a bit more concentration than some might be accustomed to....
  • 2 People Face Drug Charges Following Traffic Stop
    September 13, 2017
    In Connecticut, a 23-year-old man and 26-year-old woman are facing drug-related charges following a motor vehicle stop on September 1. News sources indicate that the incident took place in Plainfield in the vicinity of Gallup Road and Norwich Road during the evening hours. The charged...
  • A Case Against Wheel Spikes
    September 11, 2017
    Wheel spikes are getting the attention of trucking companies as well as some governments. Many trucking companies are banning them because some other motorists view them as a sign of an aggressive truck driver. The companies want to promote images of drivers who operate their...