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What Are New Congressional Mandates to Prevent Drunk Driving?

Drunk or impaired driving in the United States has been a huge problem for many decades. Despite harsh driving under the influence (DUI) laws in every state, driving while impaired continues to be a major issue, causing car accidents that result in tens of thousands of serious injuries and deaths every year. Over the past[…] Read More

Drunk Driver Crashes Into Another Crash, Kills Firefighter, Injures 3

An Egg Harbor, NJ resident driving through Lower Merion, PA, while drinking alcoholic beverages, crashed into emergency responders at the scene of another DUI crash on I-76 in the early morning hours Friday. The collision killed one firefighter, injured two others, and injured a state trooper, all of whom had responded to the first crash[…] Read More

Are Drugged Driving Car Accidents Increasing?

A recent study from researchers at the University of Cincinnati found that a disturbing number of drivers have operated motor vehicles under the influence of drugs. According to the data, one in five drivers used marijuana before getting behind the wheel. Being under the influence of drugs significantly impairs coordination, decision-making, and reaction time, which[…] Read More

Travel Tips for the Thanksgiving Holiday

As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues, Thanksgiving is likely to look quite different this year. With international travel bans and mandatory quarantines for visitors from certain states, many families are opting to stay closer to home this holiday season. Road trips to visit close family and friends are more practical considering current restrictions. Travelers are[…] Read More

What is Causing Reckless Driving During the Pandemic?

During these trying times, people are under unprecedented stress every single day. While some find constructive ways to reduce anxiety, others have adapted behaviors that are dangerous to themselves and others, including reckless driving. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently published a report which found that the roads and highways are more hazardous[…] Read More

What are Some Important Night Driving Tips for Shorter Autumn Days?

As the weather transitions into fall, it becomes colder and the days are shorter. Shorter days mean that roads will remain dark for longer periods of time. Now is a good time to review safe driving tips for night driving. Driving at night is more dangerous because it is harder to see when it is[…] Read More

Does Drunk Driving Increase During the Summer Months?

When the Coronavirus first hit, bars emptied out and people switched to consuming alcohol indoors, for the most part. Now that summer is in full swing and many restrictions have been lifted, patrons are returning to restaurants, bars, parks, and events. This could be especially dangerous in 2020, with many people facing unemployment, grief, and[…] Read More

Cars Say No to Drunk Drivers with RIDE Act

Bipartisan legislation introduced in the U.S. Senate calls for automakers to implement drunk-driving detection technology in all new cars by 2024. The Reduce Impaired Driving for Everyone (RIDE) Act of 2019 calls for congress to commit $10 million to continued research and development of an alcohol-detection system that would prevent a drunk driver from starting[…] Read More