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Wheelchair users more likely to die in car crashes

(Reuters Health) – Wheelchair users may be more likely to die in collisions with cars than other pedestrians, an analysis of U.S. crash data suggests. 672 more words

Daily News

How to: Have a Head-on Bike Collision in NYC

It was a cool fall night and I was dressed in a long sleeve woven shirt and jeans. I was on my way home from dinner and I was committed to walking until I realized that I was approaching my office and my bike was there waiting to be ridden. 967 more words


Safe drivers rewarded, bad drivers punished

REGINA- Saskatchewan drivers may see a greater discount on car insurance next year due to upcoming changes to the Safe Driver Recognition program.

On Nov. 24, the provincial government announced it approved the changes based on Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) recommendations. 221 more words


Overnight snow slows morning commute

Calgary motorists had to contend with snow-covered roads on their morning commute Tuesday.

There wasn’t a lot of snow – less than 3 centimeters overnight – but with the wind it was enough to hamper visibility and cover some lanes. 124 more words


GET INVOLVED: Cheadle road safety event held for young people

On Friday 27 November Staffordshire Safer Roads partnership, which includes Staffordshire Police, the local authority and Staffordshire Fire and Rescue, are holding a free road safety event for young persons at Cheadle Fire Station, Ashbourne Road, Cheadle, starting at 7pm. 307 more words

Press Release

"Your mom still loves you"

“Unit involved 902T.”

I was loading my patrol car up when I heard an officer broadcast over the radio that he was involved in a non-injury traffic collision. 572 more words


MPI to open $6-million training facility

WINNIPEG — Manitoba Public Insurance is opening a facility that will teach the newest auto body repair techniques and tools.

The Centre of Excellence in automotive repair research and training will be built on MPI’s Plessis Rd. 105 more words