How Truck Platooning Could Make Nevada Roads Safer

Truck platooning relies on advanced technology that increases fuel conservation, improves safety, and decreases the demand for commercial truck drivers. What Is Truck Platooning? Using high-tech automated driving systems, platooning links two or more trucks in a convoy during travel. The lead truck serves as the head of the platoon, while the

What Not to Say After a Crash

When someone is involved in a car accident, there are certain things that should not be said. Saying the wrong thing can result in a denied injury claim and loss of compensation for damages. Until the accident scene is investigated and fault is determined, it’s best to remain silent. Insurance companies look

Motorcycle Crash Statistics that Might Surprise You

More than 89,000 motorcyclists were injured in motorcycle crashes and another 5,172 bikers lost their lives in 2017. Learning more about motorcycle crash statistics, the challenges riders face, and the factors that contribute to these accidents may help reduce the number of injuries and fatalities. Motorcycle Injury and Death Rates Motorcyclists are

Nevada Among the Worst States for Pedestrian Deaths

Nevada is among the worst states for pedestrian fatalities according to a recent report. The state ranks sixth in the nation with 2.5 pedestrian deaths per 100,000 residents. Nevada Pedestrian Deaths The report, “Pedestrian Safety Special Investigative Report”, was released by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) showing pedestrian deaths between 2007