Chicago Traffic Deaths Rise as Fatalities Nationwide Top 40K

Chicago Traffic Deaths Rise as Fatalities Nationwide Top 40K

February 19, 2018

The number of deaths resulting from motor vehicle accidents continued to rise both nationally and locally, according information released by the National Safety Council (NSC) and the city of Chicago.

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14 Tips for Driving in Extreme Winter Conditions

14 Tips for Driving in Extreme Winter Conditions

January 5, 2018

Driving in wintry conditions can be dangerous. Sub-zero temperatures, falling snow, drifting snow, sleet, and ice contribute in different ways to the hazards of winter travel.

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Trucking Safety Regulations

Trucking Safety Regulations on the Road to Change

December 5, 2017

Multiple agencies within the U.S. Department of Transportation announced in late November that they will stop a year-long effort to address a better diagnosis system for sleep apnea among workers in the trucking and railroad industries.

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Economic & Social Impact of Zero Car Accidents

Economic and Societal Impact of Zero Car Accidents in a Year

June 5, 2017

The Economic and Societal Impact of Zero Car Accidents in a Year

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Road trip safety tips for Labor Day weekend

Road Safety on Labor Day Weekend

August 29, 2014

With Labor Day fast approaching and signaling an end to summer, many people across the country are planning weekend getaways. The holiday weekend is for many a time to travel and soak up summer activities one last time before temperatures start falling.

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motor vehicle and pedestrian safety and personal injury

Springtime Pedestrian Safety in Chicago

May 23, 2014

Each spring, as temperatures rise and outdoor activities pop up everywhere, more people flood the streets to get around on foot. Walking is a great way to commute, and no matter how we travel, we are all pedestrians sometimes.

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