Auto Accident

Icy road conditions contribute to Asheville auto accidents

January 20, 2011 Several Asheville auto accidents were reported while the area received several inches of snow, the Citizen-Times reports. The interstates and roads would quickly become recoated shortly after they were cleared, contributing to Asheville auto accidents. Even if the roads look clear, motorists should look out for black ice, a factor in many …

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Winter weather contributes to more Asheville auto accidents

January 13, 2011 Winter weather in North Carolina contributes to more Asheville auto accidents, the Citizen-Times reports. Drivers should be cautious if they choose to proceed across icy roads. Asheville auto accidents are possible and may slow down traffic. For safety tips against winter storms and how to avoid Asheville auto accidents, check out the …

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The Most Dangerous Part of Your Drive

Road statistics show that of all normal (and legal) driving maneuvers, the most dangerous is something we do every day:  Making a left turn. Studies of intersection wrecks show that making a right turn caused only 4% of collisions, but making a left turn caused a whopping 50% of intersection collisions. The reason has to …

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Eyetracker Device to Help Keep Drivers Awake

It won’t be in next year’s model cars, but there is a terrific new device that could become a built-in standard in the next few years. According to an article in ScienceDaily, German researchers have developed a system that tracks a driver’s eye movements. If the driver’s eyes close for too long, the device emits …

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"Booze It & Lose It" Safety Campaign Under Way

As a law firm that represents clients who have been severely injured by drunk drivers, HensonFuerst Attorneys is always happy to announce the start of the “Booze It & Lose It” crackdown against people who drink and drive. According to an article in the New Bern Sun Journal, the North Carolina Highway Patrol launched its …

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Visit "Tree of Life" in Raleigh for Heartfelt Remembrance

On Friday, December 3, 2010, the Governor’s Highway Safety Program (GHSP) presented the “Tree of Life,” a lighted memorial to those who lost their lives in North Carolina traffic wrecks in 2009. The “Tree of Life” is an evergreen decorated with 1,346 light—one light for each life snuffed out on the road. There are two …

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"No Need 2 Speed" Campaign Very Successful

Is it wrong to feel sad about a success? The North Carolina Governor’s Highway Safety Program (GHSP) ran its “No Need 2 Speed” traffic campaign ran from November 15 to November 28, and it was a great success, sad to say. The higher the numbers, the worse it reflects on North Carolina drivers. And yes, …

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