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Self-Driving Car? Think Again, Perhaps

  • December 9, 2016
  • Accidents
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Self-driving cars have their strong points. They won’t fall asleep, the way humans do. They won’t drive under the influence. They won’t speed, eat, put on makeup, text, or talk on the phone. Once they reach their potential, self-driving cars will likely reduce the incidents of accidents, injuries, and fatalities. Why? Because the federal government
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What Causes a Maryland Rollover Accident?

  • February 20, 2012
  • Vehicle Rollovers
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Though movie enthusiasts may associate rollover accidents with an exciting sequence in an action film, these types of auto accidents are more common than some may think and are the deadliest risk for occupants of SUVs (sport utility vehicles), trucks, or minivans. According to the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), more than 280,000
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Why Do SUVs Rollover More Than Other Vehicles?

  • November 8, 2011
  • Vehicle Rollovers
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The early Sport Utility Vehicles (SUV) were descendants of military and commercial vehicles, like the Land Rover and Jeep, but have evolved to include a variety of styles and sizes. SUVs are popular vehicles and, as such, can be seen often on U.S. roadways. They are usually high-powered and have a high occupant capacity, making
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Rollover Prevention Tips for 15-Passenger Vans

  • April 4, 2011
  • Vehicle Rollovers
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Fifteen-passenger vans are used by many organizations to carry groups of people to and from events. However, the larger size, height, and high center of gravity in a fifteen-passenger van make these vehicles more likely to roll over than passenger cars, especially when they are fully loaded. The National Highway Traffic Safety Association (NHTSA) provides
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