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  • Good News: Drunk Driving Deaths Down in Indiana. Bad News: Drug Impaired Drivers on the Rise.
    Good News: Drunk Driving Deaths Down in Indiana. Bad News: Drug Impaired Drivers on the Rise.

    According to a recent report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 2018 saw a 13% decrease in drunk driving deaths from 2017. One reason for this decrease is that local law ...

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  • Deaths Caused by Drivers Running Red Lights at 10-Year High
    Deaths Caused by Drivers Running Red Lights at 10-Year High

    We’ve all been there. We approach an intersection, the light is green, we proceed with caution and then – all of a sudden – a car coming from the other way races through the red light. Hopefully, you ...

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  • The Worst Nightmare:  Deadly Trucks
    The Worst Nightmare: Deadly Trucks

    Earlier this year, a family suffered one of the worst tragedies in life when a semi slammed into a car on I-465 in Indianapolis, killing a 29-year old mother and her 18-month-old twins. The horrific ...

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  • Light Rain Increases Risk of Crash
    Light Rain Increases Risk of Crash

    There’s nothing more refreshing than a light rain to clean the air and make the grass and flowers bloom in the springtime. However, a new study released in April in the Bulletin of the American ...

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  • What You Should Know About Underride Truck Accidents
    What You Should Know About Underride Truck Accidents

    An underride truck accident occurs when a smaller vehicle collides with and slides underneath the truck, generally crushing or sheering off the roof of the smaller vehicle. While the most common type ...

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  • The Dangers of the Borman Expressway
    The Dangers of the Borman Expressway

    Trucks pose a risk to every other vehicle on the road. In 2011, there were nearly 14,000 large truck collisions in Indiana, with 143 fatal collisions. One of the biggest hotspots for trucking ...

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