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Railroad engineering and safety experts, such as Allan Zarembski of the University of Delaware, are weighing in on Amtrak's recent crash and are astounded that an incident like this could even...Keep Reading.
order recalls as an effort to preserve the public’s safety from a flaw or
defect in their product. However, not every issue is subject to recall, and if automakers recalled their vehicles for
every instance of defect or concern, they might never be able to stop. As a
result, many automakers only do not issue recalls unless the risk to the public
is great and the probability that the risk will occur is high. Read More
driving is an incredibly dangerous activity, but just walking down the street
with your cell phone can also put you at risk. More than 1,500 Americans every
year are admitted to the hospital as a result of injuries sustained walking
while distracted by a cell phone.
We do not
generally consider walking and texting to be nearly as dangerous as driving,
but people on foot are... Read More