Anti-lock brakes have been standard equipment on all American passenger vehicles for nearly a generation. Eighteen years following their installation, though, their enhanced accident-avoidance features are operative on only about 9% of U.S. motorcycles.
Consumers in Indiana and nationally reasonably expect that every product they purchase is safe and without the potential to cause serious or fatal injuries.
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.”
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 state.
"We can do better than sacrificing people in the road."
Do seat belts on school buses enhance safety and minimize the personal injury downsides when accidents occur?
Some vehicle-linked safety recalls are comparatively limited in scope and not closely tied to dire life-and-death issues for consumers in Indiana, the United States and across the globe.
It’s not a huge campaign by any means, but it is an obviously sincere commitment and intended as far more than symbolic.
Older residents of Indianapolis and other cities and towns across the state likely never focused all that much when they were younger on potential risks to their safety every time they took a walk.
When compared with winter months, there are seemingly a number of reasons why the sweet spot of summer should be far safer for drivers in Indiana and nationally.