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February 2015 Archives

The debate over federal weight limits on trucks

There are many different things that the federal government regulates regarding commercial trucks. What specific levels the different federal commercial truck regulations are set at can have impacts on a wide range of things, including the safety of the country's roads. Thus, it is unsurprising that debates sometimes arise over what the specifics of a given federal truck regulation should be.

Could hacking be a big traffic safety problem in the future?

One thing that has been becoming a bigger and bigger part of automobiles in modern times are computers. On-board computers have been getting more advanced and have been taking on more and more functions and wireless connectivity is becoming increasingly common in automobiles. Computer technology is being used to try to improve all sorts of things about cars, from their on-board entertainment systems to auto safety.

What is the difference between an open and a closed head injury?

Sometimes, individuals suffer head injuries in car accidents. Head injuries can come in all different kinds of varieties. These various types of injuries generally fall into one of two broad classes of head injuries. These two classes are: open head injuries and closed head injuries. We will now go over what makes these two head injury classes different from each other.

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