Thomas Curcio

The Legal Aspect of Self Driving Cars

When it comes to the legal questions surrounding self driving cars, they are two-fold. First, the question of whether they can be tested currently, and second, when they are ready for consumers, who will be at fault in the case […]

David Brose

Five Simple Safety Tips for Spring Break Road Trips

My daughter’s spring break begins next week. Thankfully, she’s not old enough to drive, so I don’t have the concern that other parents may feel when their kids head off for spring break road trips. For those who do have […]

Thomas Curcio

Phone Apps to Prevent Distracted Driving

This post on distracted driving applications is going to be divided into two: one for adults, and one for parents of young adults and teenagers. As the saying goes, “there’s an app for that” and distracted driving is no exception, […]

Randy Appleton

Task Force Backs Ignition Interlocks in North Carolina

More states are passing laws that mandate all drunk driving offenders to put an ignition interlock device in their vehicle at their expense. This is a change from past laws, as previously the devices were usually only required for second […]

Randy Appleton

WV Man Sentenced for Drowsy Driving Fatality

A man in West Virginia who was responsible for a deadly March 2017 crash on Route 15 in West Virginia was sentenced this month to a year in state prison.  The 22 year old man was found guilty of one […]

Kurt Aktug

N.C. wreck stats show the worst happening more and more

“What’s the worst that could happen?” People oughta ask that question more often, particularly when they’re getting in their cars. A lady a couple of houses from me in Kernersville saw a car blow through two stop signs in our […]

Steven J. Klearman

Nevada Officers Are “Joining Forces” to Keep Roads Safe this March

Law enforcement officers throughout the Silver State are participating in the “Joining Forces” program which aims to reduce the number of speeding drivers on Nevada’s roadways.  The Joining Forces program will be in effect through March 18, 2018.  The program […]

Steven Gursten

What a Repeal of Michigan’s No Fault Auto Law would mean for Detroit drivers

Even though Detroit drivers would no longer have to pay high No Fault premiums, they’d still have to buy liability coverage and pay MCCA assessments

Thomas Curcio

Self Driving Cars and Ethics

Unfortunately, when dealing in autonomous technology, ethics questions will always be raised. While these cars will be programmed to understand intricate maneuvers and driving situations, will they be self-aware? Often when driving crazy situations occur that defy the posted rules. […]

Eric T. Chaffin

Does High-Visibility Clothing Protect Cyclists or Increase Risk?

If you regularly ride your bike to work, you may have invested in high-visibility gear to reduce your risk of a bicycle accident with a vehicle. Recent research, however, suggests that may have been a mistake. We know that helmets […]