IIHS Focuses on Pedestrian and Passenger Safety

Car collisions frequently result in serious physical injuries. Unfortunately, the number of pedestrian deaths resulting from car accidents continues to rise; there was over a 50 percent increase in pedestrian deaths in automobile crashes in the past 10 years. In light of the growing number of injuries, new automobile safety ratings published by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) include scores in the category of passenger and pedestrian safety.  Importance of Crash Avoidance Features One important indicator of passenger[…] Read More

U.S. Approves First Autonomous Vehicle Outside of Safety Rules

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently granted permission for a new type of autonomous vehicle for use on public roads, bypassing established safety standards. Permissible road access for vehicles previously required adherence to Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards calling for certain performance, construction, and design elements. New delivery vehicles were approved for exemptions to those rules. Nuro, an American robotics company, recently developed a delivery vehicle that operates without a human onboard. The service allows supermarket customers to[…] Read More

Common Auto Safety Issues Often Overlooked

Cars are a convenient and much needed form of transportation today. However, safety checks and vehicle maintenance may not be done as frequently as they should. Overlooking common auto safety issues can lead to costly and sometimes dangerous consequences. Following are common auto safety issues that are often overlooked and can result in car accidents: Damaged brake lines. Brakes are a very vulnerable part of your car since they are susceptible to breakage and rust. Factors such as weather conditions[…] Read More

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A Message to Our Clients About Coronavirus COVID-19:

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