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Why Teens DON’T Wear Seat Belts – and What to Do About It

September 21, 2015   |  
Teens are less inclined to wear seat belts when driving or riding in a car than people over the age of 20, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). In fact, a 2013 survey of high school students found that only 55 percent said they wore a...
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Work Zone Safety for Drivers

August 24, 2015   |  
Raleigh commuters are having their patience tested with multi-lane construction on I-440, Raleigh’s belt line. They are also at risk of getting a ticket for traveling at speeds in excess of posted work zone limits. Special speed limits apply in work zones. There’s also a greater risk of accidents and...
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How to Determine Fault in Accidents Involving Cars and Pedestrians

August 17, 2015   |  
Determining fault in a car accident is not always a simple task, particularly when the accident involves cars and pedestrians. In some instances, it may be the driver of the vehicle who is at fault, while in other cases it could be the pedestrian who is partially or wholly to...
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North Carolina Vital Car Crash Statistics for 2014

July 27, 2015   |  
If you live or work in Eastern North Carolina, it is important you know the vital statistics on North Carolina car crashes for 2014. The more you understand the dangers, the better you can prepare for the risks. So, although car accidents can occur for any number of reasons, knowing the...
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