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  • Uber Self-Driving Vehicle Testing Halts Following Pedestrian Accident
    Uber Self-Driving Vehicle Testing Halts Following Pedestrian Accident

    In late March, Uber made national news after a pedestrian was struck and killed by a self-driving vehicle in Tempe, Arizona. The car, a Volvo XC90 SUV, was equipped with a sensor system and in ...

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  • Ford Recalls Millions of Vehicles
    Ford Recalls Millions of Vehicles

    The popular automotive manufacturer Ford recently recalled almost 1.5 million vehicles due to a serious steering wheel defect. The company announced that because of an issue with the steering bolts, ...

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  • Headlight Laws
    Headlight Laws

    Automobiles have seen great technological advancements throughout the years, from seat belts to lane departure alerts and even self-driving capabilities. One less obvious, but just as important, ...

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  • What to Do After a Hit and Run Incident
    What to Do After a Hit and Run Incident

    Hit-and-run accidents have been a growing problem in recent years. If a driver strikes another vehicle (occupied or not) and leaves the scene without alerting authorities or exchanging information ...

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  • Salmonella Outbreak in Marietta, Georgia
    Salmonella Outbreak in Marietta, Georgia

    Last year's outbreak of Salmonella in a local Marietta restaurant co ntinues to affect local residents in 2017. If you or someone you know has questions about food poisoning or you believe you may ...

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  • National Teen Driver Safety Week is October 15-21, 2017
    National Teen Driver Safety Week is October 15-21, 2017

    This year marks the tenth year of National Teen Driver Safety Week, which is October 15 - 21. In an effort to raise awareness of teen driver safety, below are some of this year’s topics encouraged to ...

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