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Most Americans are Still Very Afraid of Self-Driving Cars

Self-driving cars continue to strike fear in nearly three quarters of Americans, a AAA survey found. Headline-grabbing incidents like an autonomous car hitting and killing a woman in Tempe, Arizona last year seem to have influenced driving-age Americans. The AAA survey found 71 percent of them are afraid to ride in fully self-driving vehicles. Increased...

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Phoenix Attorneys Discuss What Happens to Your Body During a Car Accident

The experience of a car crash may seem quick, but our bodies can experience a number of effects in the milliseconds after impact. Understanding these effects and how your car safety systems protect you may help you prepare for the possibility of a car accident.  Seat belts and airbags  Student Edge interviewed Dr. David Logan, then Senior Research Fellow from...

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Hidden Risks Associated with Automobile Safety Technology

Numerous new and improved safety features continue to be added to new automobiles. Many of these features now come standard in recent makes and models. However, drivers need to be aware of limitations associated with this technology for the safety of themselves and everyone on the road.  Such hidden risks became instantly apparent when a self-driving Uber accident killed a...

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Debunking the Distracted Walking Myth in Phoenix

Since 2013, Arizona has seen a rising trend in pedestrian deaths, according to In 2017, approximately 230 pedestrians were fatally struck statewide. At the time the article was written, 2018 has already seen 111 pedestrian deaths statewide.  A 2017 study by George Washington University’s Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis (CREUA) ranked Phoenix at No. 29...

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Crashes Caused by Phoenix Drivers Who Run Red Lights

As recently reported by The Drive, drivers who run red lights are responsible for an increasing number of deaths across the country. Analysis by four traffic safety advocacy groups found that fatal car accidents caused by negligent drivers who failed to stop for traffic signals rose by a stunning 17 percent between 2012 and 2016....

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Lowering Phoenix Truck Accident Rate Requires Carriers on Board With Safety Solutions

Large trucks are involved in more than 10,000 total Arizona crashes annually, accounting for nearly 90 deaths and thousands of injuries (most caused by semi-trucks and other truck combinations). That's according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. One of the ways the auto industry at large has combated this issue is by investing in anti-crash...

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