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Halloween Safety Tips for Drivers and Pedestrians

Last Halloween, more than half of the fatal highway crashes that occurred between 6 p.m. on Oct. 31 and 5:59 a.m. on Nov. 1 involved drivers or motorcyclists who were drunk. That is why drivers, trick-or-treaters, parents and pedestrians who plan to… Read More

NHTSA Confirms 11th Death from Ruptured Takata Airbag

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently confirmed another fatality related to defective Takata airbags, raising the U.S. death toll to 11. Defective Takata airbags are responsible for the largest car safety recall in U.S.… Read More

Despite Link to Cancer, Companies Continued to Sell Talcum Powder Products

For many years, talcum powder has been marketed as a feminine hygiene product that can keep women dry and comfortable throughout the day. However, many women may not have known that using talcum powder for feminine hygiene increased their risk of developing… Read More

Three Killed, One Injured in South Dallas Crash

Three people were killed and one injured person was taken to the emergency room after an SUV crashed into a vacant parked truck in West Dallas on Monday, Oct. 10. The collision occurred around 8:00 p.m. near the intersection of Norwich Street and Nomas… Read More

Regulators Form Coalition with Goal of Eliminating Traffic Deaths by 2046

Deaths from car accidents could be a thing of the past by the year 2046, as a new coalition of federal regulatory agencies plans to put an end to traffic fatalities by that date. The Road to Zero Coalition has set this ambitious goal in the wake of a… Read More

Dallas County Schools Fires 13 School Bus Drivers, Suspends 229

After reviewing traffic citations and camera evidence, Dallas County Schools in Texas has fired 13 school bus drivers and suspended an additional 229 drivers for five to nine days without pay. A recent investigation by NBC 5 found that Dallas County… Read More

New AAA Survey Shows How Much Americans Drive

Spending a lot of time behind the wheel increases your risk of getting into a car accident. That is why the new survey from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety should serve as a wake-up call to all Americans who drive. The American Driving Survey found… Read More

Department of Transportation Releases First Self-Driving Car Regulations

Late last month, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) released its first guidelines on automated vehicle (AV) development and innovation, with the goal of ensuring safe testing and use of these vehicles. Government officials believe that AV vehicles… Read More

24-Yead-Old Dies in 18-Wheeler Underride Crash on Texas 360

There was a fatal truck accident involving an 18-wheeler and a Ford Focus early Tuesday morning on the 4500 block of Texas 360. The 24-year-old driver of the Ford Focus died after his car collided with the truck, got stuck under the trailer and was dragged… Read More

GM Petitions the NHTSA to Delay Takata Airbag Recall for One Year

General Motors (GM) petitioned regulators on Sept. 2 asking for a one-year delay on the recall of 980,000 trucks and SUVs with Takata airbags. The joint consent order between the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Takata allows… Read More