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Orlando Once Again #1 for Pedestrian Deaths

Over the past decade, Orlando has had success in dispelling its longtime reputation of being the nation’s most dangerous place for roadside walking. That was until recently when it ranked again as the riskiest area for pedestrians by Smart Growth America’s Dangerous by Design report. Also reported was that overall risk for pedestrians climbed all …

Trucking Companies are Incorporating 3 Vital Safety Features

All companies want to ensure that their staff and everyone else is safe. Trucking companies are no exception to that rule, and they are continually using new technology to not only provide safety but to help their drivers to be more efficient as well. This technology is fundamental and comes as a result of analytics …

4 Common Causes of Tire Truck Blowouts on the Highway

Most drivers have seen shredded pieces of tires on the highway at some point. These tire pieces are the aftermath of what is known as a tire blowout. When a tire blows out, it quickly loses air, which results in an explosion of sorts. This type of car damage causes drivers to lose control of …

Florida Leads the Country in Road Rage Cases

Statistics show that Florida is the state with the highest rate of road rage incidents. It even outdoes large states like Texas and California. A considerable increase in road rage cases from 2014 to 2017 bumped the state to the top of the list. During that time frame, Florida had 277 cases of road rage, …

Utah Implements Lowest BAC in Nation…Again

Utah’s local government has taken measures to fight the problem of drunk driving in this new year. The legal limit for drinking and driving in the state is now officially 0.05 percent. This went into effect on Sunday, December 30, 2018, ensuring that New Year’s Eve revelers would have to keep their celebrations in check …

Should Florida Adopt the Marijuana Justice Initiative?

Recently the Marijuana Justice Initiative was introduced by the governor of Washington state. The legislation intends to permit clemency applications for a couple thousand individuals with single instances of misdemeanor possession convictions. Governor Jay Inslee introduced this initiative to the public at a cannabis industry conference. Adult use of marijuana has been legal in Washington …

What Size Car is Best for My Teen Driver?

When a teen finally gets their driver’s license, their parents might start thinking about getting them their own car. While the parents often think about the price of the vehicle as being the most significant priority, teens are usually most concerned with getting some swanky-looking wheels. Both of those ideas should come second though. The …

Is it Too Easy to Buy an AR-15 in Florida?

Over the past six years, mass shootings in Newtown, San Bernardino, Las Vegas, Sutherland Springs, and Parkland were some of the deadliest in the United States. In each massacre, the shooter used an AR-15-style semi-automatic rifle. With this rifle being one of the most popular firearms in the country, many Floridians are learning the level …

Brightline from South Florida to Orlando to Begin Construction

Contrary to early signals from Brightline offices that the high-speed train system from West Palm Beach to Orlando would begin construction at the end of 2018, company officials now indicate a starting date for March 2019. An update from the company’s president on December 13th said that Brightline intended to give contractors 30 days to …

Differences Between Aggressive Driving and Road Rage

People often confuse road rage and aggressive driving, although these two types of driving are not the same. Both create a dangerous situation for everyone on the road, whether they are other drivers, passengers, or pedestrians. Unfortunately, Florida is one of the leaders in aggressive driving in the United States, according to ABC News. An …

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