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New Survey Uncovers Alarming Surge in Deadly Driving Behaviors

After years of progress, research shows a troubling reversal. A new survey by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety has revealed a troubling trend in roadway safety, with the number of dangerous driving behaviors rising after declining steadily between 2018 and 2020. Unsafe practices such as speeding, running red lights, drowsy driving, and operating vehicles...

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Broken Glass Injuries From Car Accidents Can Be Serious

In an accident, broken glass has the potential to cause severe and sometimes fatal injuries. Some of the most serious car accident injuries are caused by razor-sharp pieces of glass from the vehicle's windshield, rear window, side windows, or mirrors striking drivers, passengers, and bystanders. During a crash, the force of the collision can shatter...

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Delaware Pedestrian Accidents, Safety In The Spotlight This Month

October is Pedestrian Safety Awareness Month in Delaware Pedestrian accidents that result in serious injuries or fatalities remain a serious problem in Delaware. That's one reason the State of Delaware has designated October as "Pedestrian Safety Awareness Month." "The state of Delaware is committed to reducing and eliminating pedestrian fatalities through public education programs, safety...

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Common Injuries from Rear-End Accidents

The rear-end collision is one of the most common types of crashes that injure people on Delaware roadways. This type of car accident is serious but often downplayed by insurance companies looking to save money and pay crash victims as little as possible. People hurt in rear-end accidents must protect their health and legal rights....

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Delaware’s High Fatal Car Accident Rate Is Part of a National Deadly Crash Trend

Over the last two years, fatal car accidents have skyrocketed in Delaware and across the U.S. A surge in fatal car accidents killed nearly 43,000 people in 2021, according to a new federal estimate. The deadly trend is being described as a "crisis" by top traffic and safety officials. After about 30 years of declining...

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Research Shows SUVs, Other Large Vehicles Cause More Pedestrian Accidents at Intersections

Turning SUVs pose a huge risk to pedestrians and bicyclists SUVs, pickup trucks, and other large passenger vehicles cause more pedestrian accidents while turning at intersections, according to a recent study conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). In Delaware and throughout the U.S., far too many people are severely injured or die...

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