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Bicycle Safety Whether on Streets or Paths

You ride your bicycle for the health of it. Or to do your part for the environment. Maybe you ride just for fun. The weather in Southern California is great for cyclists. With new bike lanes being added as part of many urban infrastructure updates, and the wide varieties of rural options for rolling along,...

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San Clemente May Soon See More Self-Driving Cars

Self-driving cars are still a novel sight in many California towns, but they are positioned to become prevalent on American roads. The Verge reports that a House subcommittee is marking up a package of legislation related to autonomous vehicles. This seemingly standard procedure is part of a larger national discussion on vehicle safety. Yet, with...

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Preventing Common Motorcycle Accidents in Pomona, CA

Motorcycle accidents result in $12 billion in costs and losses each year throughout the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  Motorcycle riders face a serious risk of being hurt or killed in a crash. It is important for motorcyclists to understand the risks they face on the road. Drivers of passenger cars and...

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If an Autopilot System Causes a Car Crash in Pomona, Who is to Blame?

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently ended an investigation into a fatal car accident. This investigation was unlike any other, because its purpose was to determine what happened in a deadly motor vehicle accident involving the autopilot system of a Tesla car. NHTSA concluded its investigation with a warning that even when a car...

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Who is Responsible for Accidents Caused By Faulty GPS Maps?

Today, many drivers rely on GPS devices or on apps on their phone that provide directions. These maps provide turn-by-turn directions and motorists can follow the computer-assisted guidance to get to their destinations.  Unfortunately, sometimes these maps lead people into dangerous places. When they do, questions arise regarding who is to blame if something goes...

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