Recent Report Reveals Washington D.C. Has ‘Worst Drivers in the Nation’

[ubermenu-map address="Washington, D.C." zoom="14" width="375px" height="375px"] According to a new study, Washington, D.C. drivers are twice more likely to get into traffic accidents than the national average, making residents of the nation’s capital the worst drivers in the U.S. The average American goes approximately 10 years between each car...

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Federal Agency Says School Buses Don’t Need Seatbelts

  Just as children across the country started school, federal officials denied a petition to require seat belts on school buses. According to injuryboard.com, the Center for Auto Safety and the National Coalition for School Bus Safety (NCSBS) petitioned the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for seatbelts on buses. The NHTSA denied their request. The...

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