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February 2013 Archives

North Carolina proposes to get rid of vehicle safety inspections

Vehicle safety inspections lead to safer vehicles being on the road and can help prevent car accidents in North Carolina. The state is one of 18 states to have a law that requires drivers to have their vehicle inspected annually for any problems with the vehicle and issues that may pose a threat on the road.

More children injured by recalled products

Many children's products in the U.S. are recalled every year. That is why it is important for parents to check and see if any of their child's products have been recalled as well as report any dangerous toys to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

North Carolina unable to enforce texting while driving ban

Texting while driving is a very dangerous behavior and contributes to car accidents every year in North Carolina. Between 2011 and 2012, more than 1,500 car accidents were caused by distracted driving in North Carolina, which includes accidents caused drivers using their cellphones and texting.

Fatal moped accident in North Carolina prompts questions

The North Carolina Highway Patrol is reminding drivers that moped riders have the same rights on the road as other motorists after a car accident fatality involving a moped and a tractor-trailer occurred earlier this week.