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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the auto industry are collaborating to accelerate the release of new vehicle safety technologies that might help prevent car accidents. Every year, vehicles become smarter, using a combination of sensors, computers, software, cameras and other gadgets to help motorists avoid accidents. However, many of these technologies are currently optional on high-end vehicles.
The new movie 'Concussion,' starring Will Smith, has created a nationwide discussion on football and brain injuries. Despite the title, many players in the NFL have brain injuries more serious than a mere concussion. The movie is a result of the long-term controversy regarding the NFL. After so many high-profile cases of players having life-long concussions and brain injuries as a result of being part of the league, many people are wondering what the NFL could have done, and whether action to prevent brain injury is long overdue.
Earlier this month, a Macon woman died in a motorcycle accident that occurred in
Attorneys Kathy McArthur and Caleb Walker of the McArthur Law Firm successfully
Tragically, more than a thousand fatalities have already occurred on Georgia roadways this year. The worst offender causing a Georgia car accident is a distracted driver.
A draft proposal to improve vehicle safety and security may create as many problems as it solves.
Fall has arrived and so have the deer. The Georgia Department of Transportation says around 50,000 wrecks per year are caused by deer.
For years, we've told children they should always wear a helmet when riding a bicycle. Now, researchers say tricycle riders should be wearing them as well.
According to a recent study, Georgia is the 44th worst state for drivers in the U.S. The rankings were based on commute times, spending on gas, insurance premiums, vehicle repair costs, frequency of fatal crashes, and car thefts. The only states worse than Georgia for drivers were Louisiana, Texas, California, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, and California.