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Early projections indicate an estimated 20,175 people died in crashes in the first half of 2022.

Projected Fatalities for First Half of 2022 Rise Just 0.5%

While roadway safety advocates remain vigilant about reducing injuries and deaths, the NHTSA released some hopeful news as it concerns projected traffic fatalities for first half of 2022.

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New technology in development could help protect pedestrians, cyclists, and other vulnerable...

Ford Explores Smartphone-Based Tech to Reduce Pedestrian, Cyclist Crashes

Ford Motor Company is researching a new communications technology that uses Bluetooth Low Energy to help drivers better detect obstructed pedestrians and more.

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During the one-day survey, 79,859 school bus drivers reported 51,593 vehicles passing buses...

Survey: Illegal School Bus Passing at "Epidemic Level"

The latest annual survey by the National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services (NASDPTS) indicates as many as 41.8 million violations per year among motorists in the United States.

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Approximately 32 people in the U.S. die every day due to drunk driving crashes.

NTSB Pushes for Mandatory Alcohol Impairment Systems in New Cars

NTSB is calling for mandates that would leverage new in-vehicle technologies that can limit impaired drivers from operating their vehicles as well as technologies to prevent speeding.

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Alcohol and marijuana use can be a lethal combination when behind the wheel, say experts.

Study: People Who Imbibe in Dual Substances Drive Within Two Hours

A new study from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety finds that one-third of drivers who drink alcohol and use marijuana simultaneously drive within two hours of doing so.

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Select Tesla window automatic reversal system may function improperly.

Tesla Recalls Vehicles for Window Issue

Tesla has issued a safety recall that affects 1,096,762 vehicles.

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