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All the dangers of driving a car on the highway are nothing compared to stopping one. Roughly 12% of all interstate deaths involve a pedestrian on the shoulder, often as a result of a stalled car or a flat tire. Follow these safety tips to avoid or survive one of the most dangerous situations on the road.
??? Don’t pull over to the shoulder unless it is a true emergency. It is especially important to avoid at night, when fatigued drivers may fail... Read More
The number of pedestrian and bicycle deaths in Atlanta
and around the U.S. continue to remain high even as federal transportation agencies
record declines in car accident fatalities. Much of that has to do with
dangerous roadway conditions that make it difficult for pedestrians and bicyclists
to avoid accidents, even when they are following all traffic rules. The U.S.
Department of Transportation recently announced a new initiative... Read More