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Distracted driving car accidents can be avoided with these steps

Distracted driving is a growing concern on the road in Virginia and across the United States. Because of the dangers of distracted driving, law enforcement and legislators are seeking strategies to reduce its frequency. Still, a study from The Zebra says that in a survey, 38% of people between the ages of 18 and 24 confessed to texting and driving. Preventing this and other distractions can improve safety.

Report: NHTSA must update crash tests and safety rating system

Virginia residents may not want to rely solely on crash test results when choosing a vehicle to buy. The issue is that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration may not be performing the most comprehensive crash tests that it can. At least, this is the contention of a report published in October 2019. The author was herself a leader in the formation of the federal agency's New Car Assessment Program in the 1970s.

Traumatic brain injuries: an overview

Virginia resident probably know what a concussion is, but this is just one of the many types of traumatic brain injuries. TBIs, as defined by the CDC, are brain injuries that disrupt the normal function of the brain. A person whose head is bumped, cracked, jolted or penetrated can incur a TBI.

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