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June 2015 Archives

Speeding costs society $40 billion annually according to NHTSA

Accident statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reveal that more than 10,000 lives were lost in 2012 in accidents involving vehicles being driven at an excessive speed, and 208 of those people were killed on Oklahoma roadways. Law enforcement efforts to reduce speeding often focus on highway drivers, but NHTSA figures indicate that most fatal accidents occur on local roads.

Safety officials push for collision avoidance technology (again)

This week, federal safety officials once again recommended that all new passenger and commercial vehicles should be equipped with collision avoidance systems, and if you or a loved one has ever been involved in a serious motor vehicle accident, you know why.