What’s happening on our roads?

Lane departure warnings. Automatic emergency braking. Backup cameras. Drivers today have more technology than ever to help avoid collisions. But still, there has been a significant rise in traffic fatalities in recent years. In 2016, 40,200 Americans died in car crashes, according to estimates released by the National Safety Council. When compared to 2014, it marks the most significant two-year increase in more than 50 years. Whats driving those deadly numbers????

 

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