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automatic emergency braking for commercial vehicles

Industry adoption to proven safety standard continues to face lackluster acceptance The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), which is part of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), recently released its latest study on the adoption of Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) systems on commercial vehicles. The study, according to the…

pedestrian accidents in texas

According to the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), there were over 6,500 pedestrian fatalities in the United States in 2019. That is the highest number of pedestrian deaths in over 30 years. To put it into perspective, one pedestrian was killed every 81 minutes in 2019. Most troubling, last year’s…

how to get a traffic report in houston, texas

As any Houston Texas resident knows, driving in H-Town is not for the faint of heart. In fact, Houston has some of the worst traffic and some of the most dangerous roads and drivers in the country, according to state and federal traffic safety experts. With car accidents being so…

recreational boating accidents in texas

As warmer weather approaches and self-quarantine and physical distancing restrictions are eased, public behavior will begin – albeit slowly – to revert to that of pre-pandemic life. Through most of the summer, continued aversion to crowds will be challenged against the human need for greater social interaction. One summertime activity…

the dangers of talc-based cosmetic products

The information that every consumer must know. What is it? Considered the softest mineral known to man, Talc is a naturally occurring silicate found across the globe. The substance has been used for millennia for varying purposes, ranging from signets and cylinder seals by the Ancient Assyrians to cosmetics among…