AAA Report Highlights Risks of Drowsy Driving

Although public safety campaigns have made drivers keenly aware of the dangers associated with drunk and distracted driving, plenty of otherwise responsible drivers still get behind the wheel in the morning without getting a good night’s sleep beforehand. We might not think much of driving while drowsy, but a new report released by the AAA… Read more »

August Is Historically the Worst Month for Traffic Deaths

When it comes to staying safe on the road, not all months are created equal. Due to adverse weather conditions, the early months of January and February tend to be more dangerous than the months of spring. According to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), however, August is typically the deadliest month… Read more »

First Fatality Recorded in Tesla Autopilot Accident

Last October, Tesla Motors launched a software update for its Model S roadsters that gave the vehicles a limited Autopilot functionality. While these vehicles aren’t fully autonomous, they can effectively drive themselves as long as a human driver is present to monitor traffic conditions and intervene in the event of an emergency. After the self-driving… Read more »