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  • Tips for Staying Safe on the Road This Winter

    Every winter, snow and ice contribute to increased automobile accident risks due to the unique roadway hazards that they create. According to the Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration (FHA), 70% of Americans live in snowy regions. To help lower crash risks, the American Automobile Association (AAA) is reminding drivers about a few simple steps[…]


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    How Can I Keep My Child Safe in the Car?

    In 2019, about 183,000 children were injured in traffic accidents, and hundreds of these injuries were fatal, according to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Many of these injuries and deaths could have been prevented. Parents can help keep their children safe in the car by doing the following: Purchase approved car[…]


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    How Do the Choices I Make When Purchasing Car Insurance Affect My Rights After an Accident?

    Drivers must make several important choices when they purchase car insurance. In Pennsylvania and New Jersey, drivers are required to pay for a minimum amount of bodily injury liability and property liability coverage. They also have the option to choose or waive certain rights in exchange for lower rates. However, the language of an insurance[…]


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    NHTSA: Quarterly Fatality Estimates Report for 2021

    According to a recently released report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the first three months of 2021 saw a 10.5% jump in fatal motor vehicle accidents as compared to the first quarter of the previous year. Despite the fact that there was a marked decrease in vehicle miles traveled (VMT) per person,[…]


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    How Do I Avoid a Car Accident in a Construction Zone?

    The infrastructure bill now under review in Congress calls for billions of dollars in spending to rebuild America’s roads and bridges. If the bill becomes law, motorists across the U.S. will likely see more construction zones as they travel the nation’s highways. Speed limits and other traffic restrictions in work zones are designed to ensure[…]


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