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CES 2020 AND CAR TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE

Accident and Injury New Car Technology

CES is an annual trade show organized by the Consumer Technology Association that hosts presentations of new products and technologies in the consumer electronics industry. CES 2020 showcased some remarkable innovations in technology that could impact car designs in both the near and distant future. These innovations will make driving more luxurious and, more importantly, … Read more

Should You Get a Dash Cam?

Dashboard cameras aren’t just for police cars. More and more drivers are looking into purchasing them. They can be relatively inexpensive, and they can offer a variety of protections. A dash cam is a small, windshield- or dashboard-mounted camera that accurately records in detail what’s taking place in front of (and sometimes behind) your car … Read more

5 Things You Should Know Before Adding a Teen Driver to Your Car Insurance

March 21st, 2019  By Maggie OverholtHere’s a link to the original article 1. Your Rates Will Go Up — Here’s Why (and How Much) You may have heard (or experienced first hand) that insuring a teenage driver is expensive. Very expensive, according to a 2017 study by Quadrant Information and Insurance Quotes, which pegs the average rate increase after … Read more

HAPPY THANKSGIVING FROM ACCIDENT AND INJURY CHIROPRACTIC!

HAPPY THANKSGIVING FROM ACCIDENT AND INJURY CHIROPRACTIC! Want to avoid hot-button topics or having to listen to one more of Aunt Martha’s boring stories around your Thanksgiving dinner table? Then check out these Thanksgiving facts that you can use to get the conversation going in a fun direction. The first Thanksgiving was held in the autumn … Read more

Fatal motor vehicle crashes are down by almost 2 percent after 2 years of large increases

Fatal motor vehicle crashes are down by almost 2 percent after 2 years of large increases From the National Highway Safety Administration Today the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced that 2017 highway fatality numbers are down following two consecutive years of large increases. In addition, preliminary estimates for the first 6 … Read more