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Advanced auto safety features save lives

Pennsylvania residents who have lane departure warning systems or other advanced safety features in their cars may be less likely to get into accidents. They may also be less likely to get hurt in a crash, according to a study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The study looked at 5,000 crashes that such systems were designed to prevent.

The future of driverless cars in Pennsylvania

Driverless cars have taken the public's imagination by storm. It seems like almost everyday that there is a new story that highlights the future for this new technology. Some of the world's richest and well-known companies are investing a great deal of money on autonomous vehicles.

Are you driving one of the deadliest cars on the road?

Today's cars and trucks have more advanced safety features than ever before. However, there is no vehicle that is completely immune to the effects of severe collisions. In other words, there is at least some threat of catastrophic injuries for any driver involved in a serious accident.

4 ways to stay safer on the roads this Fourth of July

The Fourth of July weekend is right around the corner. While most people see this holiday as a time for fireworks, barbecues and parades, keep in mind that it is also a time for devastating crashes on Pennsylvania roads due to an increase of dangerous drivers.

Parents: prepare your teens for '100 deadliest days' of driving

Parenting teenagers is no easy task. Young people are walking a fine line between childhood and adult life; parents walk a fine line between enforcing the rules and letting a teen make -- and learn from -- their own mistakes.

3 reasons not to deal with insurance adjusters alone

If you were recently in a crash, you probably are dealing with painful injuries, serious damage to your vehicle and a lot of unanswered questions. In these situations, it can feel natural to rehash every detail of the crash to whoever asks as a way to work through the situation yourself.

Examining economic, noneconomic damages suffered in a car crash

When people think of damage done in a car crash, they often think first of the damage to a vehicle. They think of broken bumpers, crushed frames and flattened front ends. However, your car is not the only thing that is damaged in a collision. In fact, the property damage may be the least of your concerns.

Beware: Rubbernecking can lead to secondary crashes

Stop and think about the last time you drove by a car accident scene. Traffic probably slowed down; police may have been rerouting traffic; ambulances could have been racing up behind you on the shoulder of the road. It may have seemed natural to take your eyes and attention off the road and turn toward the accident.

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