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Car Accidents

Parents in North Carolina may have questions about whether to replace their child’s safety seat after a car accident. Faced with many childcare expenses, some parents may be reluctant to spend money on a replacement if the car seat doesn’t appear to be damaged. Experts say car seats that are…

In what it is calling “a remarkable reversal” from a stereotype about elderly drivers being crash prone, an auto safety advocacy group says drivers in their 70s are less likely to be involved in car accidents than drivers in their prime working years. A new study by the Insurance Institute…

Motorists who do not comply with North Carolina’s “Move Over” law requiring drivers to change lanes or slow down when approaching roadside emergency responders should know that the penalty for violating this traffic law increased significantly as of December 1, 2019, if a violation causes a serious accident. The Move Over…

It happens every winter in central North Carolina: a hard freeze causes widespread instances of ice on roads and dozens— if not hundreds —of car accidents follow. On December 9, 2017, the National Weather Service issued a black ice advisory to more than 10 North Carolina counties, including Wake (Raleigh),…

If you are a high school student planning on attending prom, chances are you are excited for what should be a fun-filled night with friends. If you are the parent of a teen who will be attending prom, you may also be excited, but with a dose of apprehension about…

Now that traditional calendar schools are starting a new year, it is important for parents and kids alike to pay attention to important back to school safety tips. Whether your children ride a school bus, walk to school, ride a bike, or are old enough to drive to high school…

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