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Negligence: It’s All About the Fault

August 18, 2014 | (Google+)
Negligence: It’s All About the Fault Not all personal injury cases merit a lawsuit. In some instances, even cases involving serious injuries may not be worth filing in court, depending upon who is at fault and to what degree. All states have their own rules when determining fault and compensation in negligence cases, and there are generally...Read More

LED Wristband Makes Bicycling Safer

August 14, 2014 | (Google+)
LED Wristband Makes Bicycling Safer Rendering of the Intelligent Blinker, as posted on EPFL School of Engineering website A group of doctoral students at a Swiss engineering college are the latest inventors from around the world working on products to make the roads safer for bicyclists, especially at night and in cities. Five Ph.D students...Read More

Study: Teen Drivers Often on Phone with Parent

August 13, 2014 | (Google+)
Study: Teen Drivers Often on Phone with Parent Image courtesy TeenDriverSource.org, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia | Research Institute A new study finds that more than half of teens talking on their cellphones while driving are speaking with their mother or father, writes Maureen Salamon for CBSNews Healthday. And often those same...Read More

Melbourne Latest to Propose Elevated Bike Highway

August 12, 2014 | (Google+)
Melbourne Latest to Propose Elevated Bike Highway Cykelslangen, Copenhagen’s elevated bicycle bridge To making bicycling through the city safer, Melbourne, Australia, is planning to build an elevated bicycle highway, which they are calling the Veloway, reports Nick Lavars for Gizmag. It would run 1.1 mile over city traffic and provide a “vital...Read More

Study Lists Cars Most Vulnerable to Hackers

August 7, 2014 | (Google+)
Study Lists Cars Most Vulnerable to Hackers Miller and Valasek’s chart, as published on Wired Computer hackers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek have published a list of 24 car models and how hackable their electronics are, reports Andy Greenberg for Wired. They found that the cars most vulnerable to hackers are the ones with the most connected...Read More

NHTSA Developing Seamless Anti-Drunk Driving Technology

August 6, 2014 | (Google+)
NHTSA Developing Seamless Anti-Drunk Driving Technology The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is working on a seamless technology that would be integrated into vehicles to detect when the person behind the wheel has alcohol on his or her breath, as Larry P. Vellequette writes for Automotive News. Nat Beuse, NHTSA’s associate administrator...Read More

Fed’s Stoned Driving Study Is Most Comprehensive Ever

August 5, 2014 | (Google+)
Fed’s Stoned Driving Study Is Most Comprehensive Ever NADS dome interior with updated projection and graphics. Image courtesy of University of Iowa NADS, photo by Omar Ahmad The U.S. government recently completed a study in which participants got stoned on marijuana, or on a combination of marijuana and alcohol, and then got behind the wheel of a...Read More

What to Do After a Hit and Run Accident

August 4, 2014 | (Google+)
What to Do After a Hit and Run Accident Not only is it morally wrong to leave the scene of an accident, it’s also illegal under Colorado law. Unfortunately, hit and run accidents are still prevalent in Colorado, and many of the drivers who flee the scene after causing an accident have what they consider good reasons for doing so: they...Read More

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