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  • Distracted Driving: More Than a Cellphone
    Distracted Driving: More Than a Cellphone

    When you think of distracted driving, you probably imagine texting, reading emails, or peeping at that new notification. There’s a good reason for that. Our laws often revolve around the limitations ...

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  • 3 Common Misconceptions About Rear-End Collisions
    3 Common Misconceptions About Rear-End Collisions

    Rear-end collisions are the most common type of motor vehicle accident in Florida. As the term implies, a rear-end crash occurs when one motorist drives into the back of another person’s vehicle. Most ...

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  • Why Is Florida Considered the Most Dangerous State for Pedestrians?
    Why Is Florida Considered the Most Dangerous State for Pedestrians?

    Florida may be a popular tourist destination known for its world-famous theme parks, gorgeous beaches, and lively cities, but to 21 million residents, it’s also called home. Each day, there are ...

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  • Florida's Ineffective Texting While Driving Law
    Florida's Ineffective Texting While Driving Law

    The state of Florida has rarely been quick to follow the rest of the country when it comes to safety laws and regulations, so it should come as little surprise that it took until 2013 for lawmakers in ...

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  • Texting & Driving Causes How Many Car Accidents, Exactly?
    Texting & Driving Causes How Many Car Accidents, Exactly?

    Motorists who decide to text and drive behind the wheel pose a serious concern for anyone who goes on the road. Looking at a screen and taking hands away from the wheel to send a message is clearly a ...

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  • Texting-While-Driving Accidents
    Texting-While-Driving Accidents

    In several weeks, Florida's new ban on texting-while-driving will go into effect. The legislation is aimed at reducing the number of accidents brought about by this form of distracted driving. ...

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