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Seminole County Roads Can Be Made Safer With Emerging Truck Platooning Technology

Truck accidents cause more severe injuries than accidents involving passenger vehicles. This is because larger, heavier vehicles exert more momentum, and thus greater force with which to cause injuries during a collision. Truck accident injury victims in Seminole County have the legal right to be compensated for their losses by anyone who is legally responsible...

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Federal Regulations Target Safety of Self-Driving Vehicles on Florida Roads

Self-driving cars are still a novel sight in many Florida communities, but they are poised to become prevalent over the next few years. The Verge reports that a House subcommittee is marking up a package of legislation related to autonomous vehicles. This seemingly standard procedure is part of a larger national discussion on vehicle safety...

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Seminole County Summer Crashes Avoidable With Precautions

Florida is an international tourism hub, welcoming a record 113 million visitors in 2016. Local officials have been trying to draw more of those into Seminole County, and it appears to be working.  A substantial number of visitors who travel to Florida and within Florida are driving on our roads, which means congestion, particularly during...

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As Florida Traffic Deaths Rise, Troopers Crack Down on Aggressive Driving

Florida law enforcement agencies are taking a stand against aggressive drivers, following a historic rise in deadly crashes here and throughout the country. Florida Highway Patrol troopers have committed in various operations - including Ticketing Aggressive Cars and Trucks (TACT) - to specifically watch for aggressive drivers. These include motorists who are tailgating, speeding and...

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Can Self-Balancing Technology Help Prevent Motorcycle Accidents?

While there is a lot of attention on self-driving cars, new technologies being developed for motorcycles that haven't yet garnered the same amount of coverage.  Don't let the lack of headlines fool you: There are some exciting motorcycle tech developments underway. Some of the most popular manufacturers of motorcycles, including both Honda and BMW, are working on new...

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