After a pair of fatal crashes, police are telling drivers that they should do whatever they can to remain inside their vehicles if they need to pull over on a busy highway.
For the second year in a row, the number of pedestrians killed in motor vehicle crashes across the U.S. is at a 25-year high, but Maryland and Virginia are bucking the trend.
Both Maryland and Virginia have seen an increase in fatal traffic incidents but the types of roads they happen on differ in each state.
“Vision Zero is an audacious goal,” said Montgomery County Executive Isiah “Ike” Leggett. “It is one that we can all embrace and champion together.”
A study from AAA of data on fatal crashes finds that drivers worry most about being killed by another motorist, but the most lethal accidents are solo crashes.
WASHINGTON — The weekend death of Officer Brennan Rabain in a traffic crash is a fresh reminder of the risks officers face, and the toll that crashes take on the lives of law enforcement. Rabain, 26, is the third…
WASHINGTON — Two people were killed in separate crashes in Maryland on Christmas Day. NBC Washington reports that one person died and four others were taken to the hospital in a two-vehicle crash on Route…
Instead of using scare tactics, State Farm is trying to take a more positive approach to improve driving safety among teen drivers.
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