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March 2018 Archives

Consumers worry that the world is not ready for self-driving cars

Autonomous and driver-assisted vehicles have been a primary focus in the media for several months, especially after accidents that have occurred when the technology was newly released on the streets. Not surprisingly, many people in Louisiana and elsewhere have started expressing concerns that self-driving cars are not yet safe enough to be available to the public. A recent accident involving an autonomous Uber vehicle underlines this point.

Can working a night shift affect your driving?

When you work a night shift in Louisiana, you may not always consider how your job affects your ability to drive home. Sometimes working a late shift may make it more likely that you will be drowsy as you drive home and this may increase your chances of being involved in a drowsy driving collision.

Bridge tragedy highlights construction dangers to non-workers

Many residents of Louisiana and elsewhere are aware that construction is a dangerous industry. In fact, those who work in building or road construction face hazards every day that others rarely encounter. However, people who walk or drive near construction sites may also be in danger if there is an unforeseen accident, as a horrific incident has recently shown.

Rollover accidents account for large portion of truck fatalities

There is no question that the trucking industry is important for shipping goods across the country. However, countless people in Louisiana and other states are put at risk every day by truck drivers who are tired, distracted or intoxicated, or who may lose control due to factors outside their control. When trucks roll over, the results can be especially devastating.


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