Blog Posts in August, 2018

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  • You're Unlikely to Be Tooling Around Soon in an Autonomous Car
    You're Unlikely to Be Tooling Around Soon in an Autonomous Car

    A recent in-depth report on self-driving cars states that testing companies put their operating systems “through millions of virtual, computerized and highly customizable trials.” Does that knowledge ...

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  • Strong Holiday-Linked Focus Presently on Drunk Drivers in Indiana
    Strong Holiday-Linked Focus Presently on Drunk Drivers in Indiana

    Some Indiana motorists occasionally cross the legal line when it comes to alcohol consumption before driving. They certainly aren't enthused about what is currently unfolding on roadways across the ...

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  • What Are
    What Are "Ghost Bikes," and What Is Their Significance?

    "We can do better than sacrificing people in the road." So says a bicycle-safety advocate and commentator in a national media piece chronicling the phenomenon of so-called "ghost bikes." Perhaps ...

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  • Driving While Fatigued Is a Form of Distracted Driving
    Driving While Fatigued Is a Form of Distracted Driving

    Whether it’s getting up early to drop off the kids at school or starting the daily commute to the office, most adults drive while feeling drowsy. It often feels inevitable due to our busy schedules ...

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  • Indiana University Continues to Be at Forefront of TBI Research
    Indiana University Continues to Be at Forefront of TBI Research

    Reams of evidence indicate that brain injury rehabilitation and recovery for many victims is akin to a long journey aimed at finding one's way back home. Some people never get there. As we noted in an ...

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  • Indiana Newspaper Board's Strong Endorsement of School Bus Belts
    Indiana Newspaper Board's Strong Endorsement of School Bus Belts

    Do seat belts on school buses enhance safety and minimize the personal injury downsides when accidents occur? According to one recent Indiana news article, the answer to that question depends on who ...

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