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November 2013 Archives

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Construction employee may have been negligent prior to car crash

We've all had that moment out on the road where a nearby vehicle is doing something that, in your opinion, is stupid. "What is that driver thinking?" you may ask, either aloud or in your head. That is almost always accompanied by some hesitancy or a tap of the brakes, simply because you really don't know what the vehicle is going to do next.

The dangers that accompany switch away from Daylight saving time

So it's been about a month since we moved our clocks back, thus ending Daylight Saving time. Now comes the time of year when the temperature dips, the days get shorter and you start counting the days until you don't have to drive in and drive home from work in the dark.

Fatal truck wreck may have been caused by distracted driver

In our last post, we talked at length about distracted driving in the modern world. Specifically, we were talking about everyday people driving their sedans and being distracted by modern technology. This could mean the driver decides to reach for his or her cell phone and read or compose a text message; or it could mean that the driver is wearing Google Glass; or it could be a GPS device that catches the driver's eye.