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Category: Motor Vehicle Accidents

Connecticut Accident Hotspots

MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISIONS IN THE UNITED STATES ARE A GROWING PROBLEM. WHILE EDUCATION REGARDING DRIVING SAFETY IS READILY AVAILABLE, THE RISING NUMBER IN MOTORISTS NATURALLY INCREASES TRAFFIC, AND THUS, ESCALATES THE LIKELIHOOD OF A COLLISION. AS THE CAPITAL OF THE

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Motorcycle License Application Checklist

In a study recently released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, it was noted that there were a total of 36 motorcycle accident fatalities here in Connecticut in 2011. While these fatalities involved both, helmeted and un-helmeted riders, it’s important

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Connecticut Bad Weather Driving Tips

The State of Connecticut has a very diverse climate that allows residents to experience all four seasons. It is not uncommon for residents to see large ranges in temperatures daily. Due to the State’s diverse weather, Connecticut drivers need to

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Driving In Snow

As winter weather threatens, drivers must choose to stay home or proceed with their plans cautiously if it requires them to get behind the wheel of their car. Driving in snow presents challenges and dangers unique to the driver’s location,

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Safe Riding Tips

Statistically, motorcycle collisions maintain the highest fatality rate of any type of motor vehicle accident. Often associated with the most severe and debilitating injuries, it is absolutely critical for riders to be well-versed on motorcycle riding safety tips. In doing

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Winter Car Care Tips

Recent studies from Science Daily indicate that upwards of 24 percent of all motor vehicle collisions take place due to some form of bad weather. Adverse weather conditions such as snow, ice and heavy rains have the ability to significantly

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The dangers of driving on rural roads

Connecticut residents may be surprised to learn that driving on rural roads is actually more dangerous than navigating a motor vehicle on busy city streets. Roads in remote areas may seem deserted and safe, but data from the National Highway

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Five ways drivers can avoid an accident

According to the National Safety Council, there were some 40,000 people killed in auto accidents in 2018. In addition, 4.5 million suffered injuries. Drivers in Connecticut should know that they have a responsibility to keep themselves and other road users

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