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Preliminary statistics show that traffic deaths increased in 2015. After several years of dropping numbers (2012 being an exception), fatalities surged in 2015.
We are likely to see even more campaigns to change human behaviors in areas as drunk driving, distracted driving, drowsy driving, speeding, and failure to use safety belts.
It may also affect contents of Driver Handbooks and DMV tests. We should, perhaps, expect tougher tests in the future.[Read more...]
As of November 7, 2014, the speed limit on all New York City streets is now reduced from 30 mph to 25 mph unless otherwise posted. More than 3,000 30 mph signs have been replaced by new 25 mph signs around the city. Ever since taking office, Bill de Blasio has argued that forcing motorists to slow down, even slightly, could save the lives of pedestrians. It is only five miles an hour less than the current limit, but de Blasio is convinced that the simple change will have an important effect.[Read more...]
Teen drivers between 16 and 19 are three times more likely than older drivers to be in a fatal crash. Here are the factors that cause most crashes and injuries.[Read more...]