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Driving Safely in Tule Fog

Posted on March 23, 2017

Driving Safely in Tule Fog

Each part of the country has its own strange weather phenomena, and the Fresno area is no exception. One weird climate occurrence we deal with here is tule fog, a thick ground fog that’s only found here in the valley. Where does this fog come from, though—and more importantly, how can you ensure you’re driving […]

Fresno Auto Accident Lawyers Warn Against Drowsy Driving

Posted on March 17, 2017

Fresno Auto Accident Lawyers Warn Against Drowsy Driving

It’s often stated how dangerous it is to drive while drunk—and really, this important point cannot be stated enough. With that said, drunkenness is not the only condition that can hinder your driving ability. Driving while sleep-deprived can have a similarly corrosive effect on your judgment, your reaction time, and your overall mental cogency. That’s […]

Big Three has Great Sales Gains in March

Posted on April 6, 2016

Driver Flees After Causing Crash, Injuring Passenger.

04/01/2016 US Auto Sales for the Big Three had its greatest gain in more than a decade in March. All three companies had gains. GM sales to consumers increased by six percent. These numbers indicate that the automotive market is still strong in spite of reports to the contrary. These numbers portray a continued strong […]

Report to Congress: “Electronic Systems Performance in Vehicles”

Posted on February 25, 2016

12/2015 I. Introduction A new bill, the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) was signed into law by the President in July of 2012. The bill provides for Federal funding for transportation projects. The section entitled “Electronic Systems Performances explains that (a) General-An examination for safety needs shall be completed before […]

Recent Legislation Regulates Recalls

Posted on February 13, 2016

06/12/2015 Auto dealers recently made an effort to promote legislation that would have regulated how used recalled vehicles are sold. Used car dealers are allowed to sell vehicles which are under recall at present. One senator expressed a desire to hold a bill called the ‘Consumer Automotive Recall Safety Act’ in order to coalesce support. […]

Smart cities May Come Sooner Than You Think!

Posted on May 16, 2015

5/14/2015 The prospect of smart cities utilizing driverless cars, delivery drones, and smart buildings may lie in the near future. Americans are in favor, to some degree of these changes. Many Americans would like to live in a driverless city. Forty-four percent of Americans approved of this change. Thirty-three percent of Americans expect this change […]

Defective Toyota Camry

Posted on February 4, 2015

02/01/15 An accident in 2006 left three people dead. The car was a 1996 Toyota Camry. The question was whether the car had a defect or whether the driver was negligent. A jury ruled that both were true. Koua Fong Lee was the driver. The accident happened on I-94 in St Paul, Minnesota. He said […]

What Parents Need to Know About Their Teen Drivers

Posted on December 23, 2014

In California, as in many states, young people gain the right to drive at 16 years of age. Parents take on a substantial amount of responsibility in granting them this privilege. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported that car accidents are the leading cause of death for teens. It is reported that teens are […]

Antitexting while Driving Device Just Arrives

Posted on December 23, 2014

December 22,2014 The days from Memorial Day to Labor Day are the Deadliest days of Driving for Teens. They are referred to as “The Deadliest Days of Driving”. Antitexting driver devices lower texting related fatalities. Texting while driving has been listed as the number one cause of death for teens. Forty states have passed laws […]

More people now die of suicide than in car accidents

Posted on December 24, 2013

In the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, released in May, there were 33,687 deaths from car accidents and 38,364 suicides in 2010. Suicide, typically viewed as an issue with teens and the elderly, is increasing amongst middle-aged Americans, ages 35-64; many baby boomers are facing economic uncertainty that is […]

The Numbers Behind Pasadena’s Heightened Anti-Texting Penalties

Posted on August 19, 2013

Monday marks the beginning of a new effort by the Pasadena police effort to crack down on drivers who are texting or using a handheld cellphone while driving. Pasadena Police Chief Phillip L. Sanchez said officials are going to start issuing citations in order to educate the community about the dangers—to the perpetrator and surrounding […]

Areas of 405 Freeway Closing Tuesday through Friday

Posted on June 18, 2013

Los Angeles is about to experience more inconvenient driving this week, beginning Tuesday evening. Parts of the 405 Freeway through the Sepulveda Pass will be closed in order to address the work that needs to be done on the Skirball Bridge. Freeway ramps will begin closing at 7:00 p.m., and some lanes will be closed […]

Federal Plan to Decrease Distracted Driving

Posted on June 7, 2013

Texting while driving is illegal in California, as well as other states; however, people are continuing to fiddle with their phones while stopped at a red light or worse, while in motion. The federal government has a plan to eliminate the distraction to increase general safety for drivers, but it will take a really great […]

Chrysler Refuses to Recall

Posted on June 5, 2013

The federal government has issued a warning to Chrysler and Chrysler car owners that certain models have defective properties that make them incredibly dangerous; however, the carmaker is declining to officially recall the models. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has asked Chrysler to recall 2.7 million Jeep vehicles. The 1993-2004 Grand Cherokee models and […]

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