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The potential dangers of self-driving cars

Drivers in Connecticut who are waiting for the day they can hop in a vehicle and not be responsible for driving it may have to wait a little while longer. Self-driving cars are still in the testing stage, and a recent fatal crash has brought up questions regarding...

High wind and its hazard to truckers

Truck drivers in Connecticut have a lot of responsibility on the road because accidents involving the large vehicles can result in more catastrophic outcomes. High wind gusts can happen in certain weather conditions, and drivers need to practice extra caution in order...

Hit-and-run laws and associated penalties

Drivers in Connecticut are required to stop and share information when they are involved in an accident in which there are injuries. When they do not do this, it is considered to be a hit-and-run violation, and the state of Connecticut has strict penalties for those...

Motorcycle safety tips

Riders of motorcycles in Connecticut can attest to the fact they are fuel efficient and fun to ride. However, motorcycles are involved in more serious accidents than other motor vehicles, so riders should be aware of how to be safer on the road.According to the...

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