Blog Posts in February, 2018

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  • Motorcycle Safety a Timely Focus with Spring Rapidly Nearing
    Motorcycle Safety a Timely Focus with Spring Rapidly Nearing

    Abate of Indiana is a motorcycle advocacy group with thousands of members across the state. Among other things, Abate conducts safety classes for riders, stressing road skills and tactics for ...

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  • Sleep Apnea Testing
    Sleep Apnea Testing

    On Feb 6th, the National Transportation Safety Board concluded that the 2016 and 2017 train crashes in Hoboken, New Jersey and Brooklyn, New York occurred because the train engineers fell asleep. The ...

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  • Study: Drivers' Lack of Sleep Truly Imperils Our Roads
    Study: Drivers' Lack of Sleep Truly Imperils Our Roads

    Government researchers have got it wrong, states a recent report from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. Drivers' drowsiness leading to roadway injuries and fatalities is a far bigger problem than ...

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  • The Tragic Story of Jayne Mansfield
    The Tragic Story of Jayne Mansfield

    By most people’s accounts, actress Jayne Mansfield—along with Marilyn Monroe—epitomizes what it was to be an American blonde bombshell. Beautiful, flamboyant and glamorous, she played the movie star ...

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  • A Step Closer: When Will Self-Driving Cars Be on Indiana Roadways?
    A Step Closer: When Will Self-Driving Cars Be on Indiana Roadways?

    As an Indiana motorist, how would you feel knowing that you're driving in the midst of so-called "autonomous" vehicles maneuvering around you? Comfortable? Just a bit nervous, perhaps? Downright ...

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  • Stark Concern for Regulators Regarding Workplace Fatality Statistics
    Stark Concern for Regulators Regarding Workplace Fatality Statistics

    The federal government's annual Fatal Occupational Injuries report is closely studied by safety regulators. The numbers for 2016 are now in. And the regulators are not impressed. In fact, they are ...

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