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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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Share-the-Road Accidents With Cyclists

Many drivers engage in behaviors which cause bicycle riders to be in danger. There are a lot of reasons for this. One problem is sometimes drivers simply do not realize what it takes to keep a bike rider safe. Another issue is drivers are sometimes unwilling to do what it takes to protect bicycle riders because...

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Florida Road Rage Incident Turns Fatal

In Florida, a recent road rage incident resulted in a fatality. The victim of this particular road rage incident had a long history of troubling confrontations with drivers. The current victim was the aggressor in a previous fatal road rage incident, killing a 48-year-old man.  In this particular situation, the current victim may have been the...

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