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June 2015 Archives

Alcohol detection system for cars could save lives

New technology that was unveiled by the Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on June 4 could reduce the number of drunk driving accidents in Ohio and around the country. Along with the NHTSA, several automakers showed off the new alcohol detection system at an event in Washington, D.C.

The dangers of driving while drowsy

Ohio drivers might be surprised to learn that in a 2014 survey by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, more than 10 percent of drivers said they had fallen asleep while driving in the past year, and 37 percent said they had done so at some point in their lives. Despite this, 96 percent of the people surveyed also said that driving while drowsy was not acceptable.

Ohio drivers and collision avoidance system recommendations.

Ohio motorists may be interested in the recent National Transportation Safety Board recommendation that calls for collision avoidance systems to become standard equipment in all new commercial and passenger vehicles. The recommendation was released in a 60-page report, along with a statement by the NTSB chairman indicating that the updates should not be reflected in the cost of buying a new car. The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers did not immediately respond to the recommendation, but past statements indicate that the industry trade group prefers to allow consumers to decide whether to purchase a vehicle with a collision avoidance system.

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