Social Media and Driving Don’t Mix

More than 30,000 people are killed in car accidents every year in the United States. Typical causes range from speeding to drunk driving and vehicle malfunction. But, another cause of car accidents has steadily risen, not so coincidentally right along with the popularity of social media – distracted driving. Sites such as Facebook and Twitter…

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Using Google Glass While Driving

Every year in the United States, an average of 33,000 people are killed and more than two million people are injured in car accidents. Driver’s error is the number one cause of car accidents, but since that is such a general term, www.myinjurycase.com offers a more specific list, including speeding and drowsy driving. Distracted driving…

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Teens More Likely to Drive Older, Unsafe Cars

When many teenagers get their driver’s licenses, they find themselves driving second hand cars. Our least experienced drivers are often behind the wheel of smaller, older model vehicles with fewer safety features. A recent study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety found that almost half of drivers age 15-17 killed in wrecks from 2008…

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