When you have been involved in an accident in NYC, there is much to consider....
The numbers are, quite frankly, crazy. In a recent survey released by the National Safety...
The grim truth is that pedestrian deaths are on the rise around the country, as...
A new report that has yet to be formally “released” is the latest and, by...
In New York, a hit-and-run accident is viewed as leaving an accident scene in which...
The legal saga surrounding ridesharing companies continues as New York City becomes the first of its kind in the U.S. to halt new vehicle licenses for ride-hail app services such as Uber and Lyft, while it sets a minimum wage. The legislation, passed with virtually no opposition by the City Council, caps the number of for-hire vehicles for a year, giving the city time to thoroughly study this booming industry and create more permanent ordinances.
It's hard to believe it, but in this era of the vehicle recall, there are over 57 million U.S. automobiles on our roads that have been recalled for at least one defect, according to this year’s study on the matter by Carfax. The owners of these defective vehicle owners, for whatever reason, have not had them fixed.
Drowsy driving is a common but often overlooked problem that is to blame for thousands...
Three were killed and eleven more were injured as a result of a street race which took place on the Long Island Expressway last month. In this article, we'll take a look at tips you can use to drive both safely and slowly, so as to help avoid suffering a similar fate.
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