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Where do pedestrian crashes usually occur?

When a pedestrian is hit by a car, the pedestrian can be seriously injured or killed by the impact. Although catastrophic incidents like this are usually unpredictable, there are some pedestrian crash trends that can be used to help promote awareness for risky situations and potentially help prevent some future crashes from occurring. When examining pedestrian crash trends, people usually want to know where this type of crash usually occurs.

Plans for Volvos to detect drunk driving behaviors

Starting in 2020, Volvo drivers in Texas and around the country will be able to purchase vehicles that do not go faster than 112 miles per hour, and over the next few years, the cars will come with additional safety technology to prevent accidents that result from drunk driving. Volvo made both announcements in March. The company said it is focused on seeing that accidents do not happen at all rather than on mitigating their severity.

Risk Institute provides insight on distracted driving trends

Residents of Texas should know that a nationwide effort by The Risk Institute at Ohio State University is underway to study and reduce distracted driving. It has enlisted the help of companies, researchers and government entities. In coordination with the observance of Distracted Driving Awareness Month, which is every April, The Risk Institute has released the findings of some of its studies.

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