Working with the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, one insurance company just issued its second-annual analysis of fatal motor vehicle accidents among teen drivers. The new report covers the five-year period between 2007 and 2011, while last year’s report covered the five years between 2006 and 2010. The report […]read more
The Associated Press recently looked into the most recent National Bridge Inventory performed by the Federal Highway Administration and found some shocking information. Of the 607,380 bridges across the U.S. that are subject to uniform bridge inspection standards, 65,605 were categorized as “structurally deficient,” and 20,808 were considered “fracture critical.” Even more alarming, 7,795 were […]read more
Parents go to great lengths to protect their children’s safety, and one step every parent should take is to make sure their kids are tucked away in a child safety seat whenever they’re in the car. The somewhat alarming truth, however, is that four out of five car seats are installed incorrectly or aren’t appropriate […]read more
That’s right: a review of National Highway Traffic Safety Administration traffic fatality data from 2005 to 2011 showed that more than 27 percent of all fatal motor vehicle accidents happen in July. That means this month is the most dangerous time of year to be on the road, and that’s particularly true for teen drivers. […]read more
In a landmark research study, the American Automobile Association (AAA) proved right the fears of safety experts around the country: using hands-free technology to compose and respond to texts and emails wirelessly is just as distracting as typing them in by hand. The study used a number of different data collection methods, including interior mounted […]read more
If you are ever involved in car accidents, there are some things we at The Cartwright Law Firm would like you to remember: it is likely no one else will be looking out for your best interests, so you need to know the right things to do, if possible at the time of the accident, […]read more
While the following story does not originate here in California, most Bay Area residents have seen the inepititude of people operating their cars while texting. It is an infuriating sight, as the driver exponentially increases his or her chances of being involved in an accident, needlessly harming others in the process. Drivers are already held […]read more
California is one of the many states in which police can stop vehicles if they suspect motorists of failing to use their seatbelts. But for classic and vintage car owners, the threat of being slapped with an expensive ticket for seat belt noncompliance is a non-issue. This is because cars built before 1964 are exempt […]read more
Luxury cars are supposed to be the cream of the crop. Consumers pay higher prices for these vehicles because they purport to offer a safer and more comfortable ride than other cars. However, recent testing from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety shows that luxury cars may not be as safe as they purport to […]read more
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