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In Safety Research, Size Matters

In Safety Research, Size Matters

Crash Tests May Fail to Detect Auto Accident Hazards Particular to Women Their official name is anthropomorphic test devices (ATDs), but to the general public, they are crash test dummies. Created 65 years ago, these "dummies" are high-tech replicas of humans used to...

Autonomous Vehicles vs. Human Nature

Autonomous Vehicles vs. Human Nature

Some Say Self-Driving Cars Fall Short on Instilling Confidence For years, it's been reported that the autonomous vehicle (AV), or self-driving car, would significantly reduce the number of yearly auto accidents and fatalities. However, a recent national study shows...

Reducing the Risks of Driving at Night

Reducing the Risks of Driving at Night

Car, Pedestrian, and Bicycle Accidents Tend to Rise in the Dark It can get scary after dark. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), vehicle occupants are three times more likely to be involved in a fatal car accident at night than...

How Denver Hopes to End Car Accident Fatalities

How Denver Hopes to End Car Accident Fatalities

Can we prevent all deaths caused by traffic accidents? A few years ago, the National Safety Council launched the Road to Zero (RTZ) Coalition. This is a partnership of local and state police around the country with the goal of eliminating traffic fatalities by the...

Highway Officials Turn Focus to Poly-Abuse

Highway Officials Turn Focus to Poly-Abuse

Mixing Drugs and Alcohol Is a Growing Problem in Colorado Last year, a large national transportation research board announced its findings on a growing problem that is putting vehicle occupants of all ages at risk of being involved in an auto accident. Poly-use, which...

Exploring the Reasons for Occasional Seat Belt Use

Exploring the Reasons for Occasional Seat Belt Use

The Brief Ritual Can Be Hugely Important in the Event of an Auto Accident The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently conducted a large study to identify which drivers wear a seat belt only occasionally, and why. A few seconds could save your...

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