Arlington, VA — Engaging in risky driving behaviors – particularly speeding – has become “the new normal” since the COVID-19 pandemic began, according to an analysis conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
Itasca, IL — Estimating that 450 people could be killed in preventable motor vehicle-related crashes during the upcoming Labor Day weekend, the National Safety Council is urging all drivers to share the road responsibly.
Have you seen those highway message boards that display crash death totals? A recent study of some in one state found that more vehicle crashes occurred within a few miles of the signage, suggesting that the “in-your-face” approach may be a distraction to drivers.
The number of people who died in traffic crashes last year increased by the largest percentage in at least 46 years, according to estimates released May 17 by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.