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Obsession with smart devices can create danger on the road

There was a time when your personal phone was tethered to a wire in the wall. And when you wanted to check the latest news, you had to find a newspaper or wait for an evening broadcast on the television. But now, if you carry a smartphone or other device connected to the internet, you can take a call or check the news at any minute of the day.

Who is liable if a driverless truck gets into an accident?

Several companies are making strides in designing and testing driverless semi-trucks. One company, late last year (now owned by Uber) famously operated a driverless truck across the country to make a Budweiser delivery (the truck was taken over by a human operator when it exited the freeway). The proliferation of driverless trucks seems only a few years away. But, in this new world, who is responsible for driverless trucks? Who is responsible for injuries?

Truck Enforcement Goes up in Michigan, Indiana and Ohio

The motor carrier officials will turn their sights on commercial truckers during the week of December 5-9. The so-called "Eyes on 94" will focus on the I-94 corridor and other major highways criss-crossing Michigan, Indiana and Ohio. The idea is for law enforcement officers to focus on violations that commonly cause crashes - speeding, distracted driving, improper passing and improper lane use.

How to prevent childhood injuries

Your children are a piece of your heart and soul. Thinking about ways they could get hurt out in the world can be a scary thing. Especially with infants and small children, it seems everywhere you turn, there are hazards to their health and safety. The world is not baby-proofed or child-proofed everywhere they go. Fortunately, there are a few things you can keep in mind and take precautions to prevent childhood accidents or injuries inside and outside the home as much as possible.

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