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Is Opioid Use a Factor in Car Accident Fatality Rates?

A study from the National Safety Council indicates that more Americans die from opioids than car accidents. However, recent research indicates opioid usage may influence car fatality rates, particularly as drunk driving accidents have been on a gradual decline over the past 20 years.

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Can Potholes Be Responsible for Car Accidents?

In spring and summertime, many drivers in New England continue to experience winter’s wrath on the roads, when deep ruts are left in the roadways – long after winter weather ends. Before construction crews fill and pave over the damage, drivers and motorcycle riders need to be aware and ready for these potential hazards.

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All You Need To Do

You are driving down the road. It is a beautiful day and all is well in your world. The radio is on your favorite station and thoughts go to later in the day, when you will be in a video chat with your mom and dad. Suddenly in a split second, reality changes in the moment of a deafening crash. Your car has been struck by a pickup truck going through a stop sign.

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3 Tips for Safe Summer Driving

Summer is right around the corner! A time for happy experiences and making memories, we all look forward to the summer season. Yet the warm temperatures, bright sunshine and lazy beach days come with certain dangers, particularly on our roadways.

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Why Do Pedestrian Accidents Increase in Spring?

During springtime, we’re exposed to more daylight hours and warmer temperatures that encourage us to get outside. While a walk or bike ride around the neighborhood may sound nice, pedestrians and riders need to be on the lookout for car and truck drivers, who may not always be watching out for you.

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