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Does self-driving car testing place Texas drivers at risk?

Texas readers know that self-driving technology is rapidly developing, with many companies already testing their models of computer-operated cars. While this may be exciting news for some, others have fears that these vehicles will not be completely safe. These fears may grow after the news of a recent fatal accident involving a pedestrian and a self-driving Uber vehicle.

Fatal accident statistics not improving in the United States

There are many risks and hazards that could negatively affect the health and well-being of Texas drivers. From distraction to drunk drivers, there are various hazards that could lead to an increased chance of a car accident. In fact, national statistics indicated that the number of fatal car accidents remained consistent for the last few years. 

Was the collision that took your loved one's life preventable?

If you are one of many Texas residents who has suffered the loss of a loved one in a fatal motor vehicle collision, you understand the utter devastation such tragedies bring. You may even recall exactly where you were and what you were doing when you received the phone call that informed you there had been an accident. Grieving is a unique process for each person, and hopefully you have been able to reach out for support as you learn to go on in life without your family member.

Ways to decrease distracted driving in the new year

Texas readers know that distracted driving will continue to be a problem, despite the fact that drivers are aware of the risk and danger of engaging in that type of behavior. While it may seem that it is impossible to decrease the number of drivers who drive while distracted, it is possible to hold these individuals accountable when they cause harm to others.

Vision Zero: A hopeful plan for zero traffic deaths in Texas

Living close to Houston comes with all sorts of benefits, from great culture to delicious restaurants to shopping selections and more. Unfortunately, one of those benefits is not traffic safety. In fact, whether you're walking, biking or driving, Texas cities are some of the most dangerous places in the nation in which to do so.

Drowsy driving: falling asleep on safety behind the wheel

Almost every Texas adult driver would admit to driving while tired on occasion. Being a little sleepy while behind the wheel may be normal for most adults, but there are times when a driver is more than a little sleepy, but is actually too tired to drive safely. Drowsy driving is a significant, if not largely underestimated, threat to the well-being of all motorists. 

Drowsy driving: falling asleep on safety behind the wheel

Almost every Texas adult driver would admit to driving while tired on occasion. Being a little sleepy while behind the wheel may be normal for most adults, but there are times when a driver is more than a little sleepy, but is actually too tired to drive safely. Drowsy driving is a significant, if not largely underestimated, threat to the well-being of all motorists. 

The challenges of recovering from an amputation injury

You may not remember losing your first tooth or getting your first haircut, but for many children, these moments are traumatic. Although these events are perfectly natural and rarely painful, the loss of part of their bodies is something children seem to understand as frightening and wrong.

The challenges of recovering from an amputation injury

You may not remember losing your first tooth or getting your first haircut, but for many children, these moments are traumatic. Although these events are perfectly natural and rarely painful, the loss of part of their bodies is something children seem to understand as frightening and wrong.