Why is North Carolina stalling the 2021 Hands Free NC Act? What does this mean for drivers?

May 21st, 2021

Did you know that over 18% of all car accidents in North Carolina involve a distracted driver? Distracted driving is a serious and growing threat to road safety in North Carolina. However, a new senate bill—known as the 2021 Hands-Free

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Top 12 Causes of Car Accidents

March 12th, 2021

When you are involved in a car accident, you experience consequences beyond a damaged vehicle. You may experience temporary or permanent injuries, a loss of income, or any number of unexpected, frustrating consequences. While many causes of car accidents seem

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Are Virtual Car Keys Safe?

March 17th, 2020

The pros and cons of Apple’s new CarKey feature In the early 2000s, luxury car makers began producing automobiles that were missing something – a key. Like many features that first appeared in luxury autos, the dash-mounted push-button start has

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5 Distracted Driving Myths that Simply Aren’t True

February 10th, 2020

It’s no mystery that Americans have an unhealthy obsession with their cell phones. But while most us know that texting while driving is dangerous, we just can’t put our phones down when behind the wheel.  Maybe that’s because many of

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Comparing Charlotte NC’s Car Accident Stats to the Rest of the State?

January 7th, 2019

Charlotte’s Mecklenburg County ranks #1 in overall car accident fatalities as well as DUI-related deaths Mecklenburg County has a high rate of deaths related to people not wearing proper restraints Efforts by the city, county, and state intend to reduce

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What Evidence Should You Collect at a Car Accident Scene?

December 19th, 2018

Evidence is the backbone of any injury case, and having solid evidence could mean the difference between your claim succeeding or not. While you do have several top priorities after your accident — such as calling the police and seeking

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How Bikers Are Affected by Distracted Driving

May 10th, 2018

A common riding safety viewpoint often expressed to motorcyclists over the past decades has been to tell them to ride like they are a target for everyone. It is almost like saying to bikers that they should assume that other

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