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April 2014 Archives

Low tire pressure warnings are going unheeded by many drivers

The safety of automobiles has increased by leaps and bounds in the last few decades. Of course, we are still a long way from having a car that is safe 100 percent of the time, but overall, motor vehicles are much better able to protect us in the event of a car accident now than ever before. While much of the improved technology is in the form of things we don't need to think about -- air bags that deploy in the event of an accident, for example -- there are still issues that come up with our attention in order for them to work. Some of these might help to prevent a car accident in the first place.

Man on bicycle killed in hit-and-run accident in Brooklyn

The streets of New York can be dangerous for anyone. This is especially true of bicyclists, who have to contend with cars, buses, trains, trucks and all kinds of pedestrians. It's a small wonder there aren't more accidents involving bicyclists than there already are.

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