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Swedish automaker Volvo says that by 2020, there will be no serious injuries or fatalities involving their cars or SUVs. The idea is to use autonomous technology to make conventional driving safer, but the company did not rule out deaths or serious injuries related to reckless actions taken by a driver. In addition to autonomous…

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Washington D.C. residents may be aware that, on January 13, 2016, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) met for the 95th annual Transportation Research Board meeting. There, it introduced the 2016 ‘Most Wanted List” to guide and focus the group on some of the most common dangers on US roadways. The National Safety Council President…

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According to meteorologists, drivers in the District of Columbia and across the United States often have more trouble driving in light snow than in full-blown snowstorms. They say this is because many drivers are slow to recognize changing road conditions during trace snowfall. Such a scenario played out in December near Grand Rapids, Michigan, when…

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According to the Federal Highway Administration, the average American will drive 13,476 miles every 12 months. Men will average 16,550 miles per year while men who are between the ages of 35-54 will drive almost 18,858 miles per year. No matter how much an individual may like to drive, it is easy to fall into…

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The District of Columbia area is one where engineers were disappointed in the performance of one self-driving car that was unable to merge across three lanes of traffic on I-395. In that particular test, the car was unable to make the judgment that a human driver would that the other drivers would allow room for…

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As vehicle safety technology continues to develop and drivers in the District of Columbia and across the nation become more road savvy, motor vehicle travel becomes safer. However, it still remains one of the most dangerous activities in which individuals engage. Federal government safety standards for automobiles, beginning in 1968 with the requirement of seat…

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Although most residents of the District of Columbia realize that drowsy driving can be dangerous, a recent study from AAA indicates that many individuals take the risk and drive while drowsy anyway. In fact, 43 percent of participants in the study reported that they had actually or nearly fallen asleep at the wheel on at…

District of Columbia residents may be aware that several manufacturers are currently working on developing a self-driving car. Google has been testing its prototype autonomous vehicle for some time on California roadways, and Mercedes-Benz also has plans to bring a self-driving car to showrooms. While some welcome the new technology and see it improving road…

Many District of Columbia motorists know that there are risks of becoming involved in a car accident when they sit behind the wheel. While car-related fatalities have actually been declining since 1985 due to improvements in vehicle safety and structural designs,, the death rate is still relatively considerable. According to data from the Centers for…

Fog and smoke can create dangerous driving conditions for people traveling in the District of Columbia. According to a report by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, accidents that occur during times of heavy fog and smoke are likely to involve fatal pileups. In almost 20 percent of multi-car accidents with 10 or more vehicles,…

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