Month: April 2015

Could Car Crashes be Eliminated by Autonomous Vehicle Technology?

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Ninety percent of all car accidents in the United States could be prevented through mass adoption of self-driving vehicles, thus sparing the nation $190 billion in healthcare costs and property damage, reports a new study from consulting firm McKinney & Co. After conversations with several industry experts, the investigators anticipate widespread adoption of autonomous vehicles within 15 years and preliminary enactments early next decade. Some...

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Denver Potholes Are Dangerous to Drivers

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Traveling on Denver roads these days is tricky- not because of weather or traffic, but because Denver potholes are dangerous. In fact, the city has experienced a landmark number of potholes so far this year, with a record 10,000 potholes just in the first seven weeks of the year, when ordinarily there are only about 4,500. In an average year, between 60,000 and 100,000 potholes will manifest on the city streets. Potholes form progressively and...

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Shocking DUI Statistics

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The nightly news is full of horrific stories, recounting tragic events from the day that claimed dozens, hundreds, or maybe even thousands of innocent lives. They sadden us, anger us, and chill us to our core. But what if the news anchor told you that every 30 minutes in the U.S. someone is killed by a drunk driver. That, too, would be saddening, angering, and chilling- and true.

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