Automobile

Tips for Driving in Wintry Weather

With the arrival of Ohio's first big winter storm, now is a good time to review tips for safe driving on snow and ice. Edmunds published an article with expert advice for staying in control of your vehicle during inclement weather. Stay Home The best tip is the most obvious. When faced with difficult...

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Product Safety: October 27

The latest American Association for Justice News Brief covers important product safety news. Marijuana Carries Many Health Risks Similar to Tobacco [caption id="attachment_32206" align="alignright" width="414"] Tobacco and marijuana share many health risks.[/caption] New York Times - Research suggests that smoking marijuana carries many of the same cardiovascular health hazards as smoking tobacco. “Many people...

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Distracted Driving

What is Distracted Driving? Distracted driving is any action that takes a driver's attention away from driving. This includes talking on your phone, texting, eating, chatting with passengers in your car and/or adjusting your radio. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) says that "...any non-driving activity you engage in is a potential distraction...

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2020 Ohio Auto Accident Statistics

With well over 11 million residents, Ohio is the seventh most populated state in the country. As a result, automobile accidents are an everyday occurrence. The Ohio Department of Public Safety published a list of crash statistics for some of the largest counties in the state. If you've been injured in an accident, contact...

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10 Best Cars for College Grads

It's a weird time to graduate college. Society has been at a standstill due to COVID-19. That said, the country is beginning to reopen. Many college graduates will need vehicles to get to and from work. The top 10 Autotrader constructed a list of the best cars for recent graduates. They accounted for style,...

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Drivers Beware: It’s Pothole Season

"You know the potholes on a road are bad when they assign lifeguards to them, in case anybody falls inside." -Anonymous From 2011 – 2016, pothole damage cost U.S. drivers $15 billion in vehicle repairs. According to a AAA survey, middle- and lower-income individuals worry most about potholes. Pothole damage can lead to pricey...

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