When we talk about scooters, we are referring to motorized, 2-wheeled vehicles that typically have a floorboard and handlebars but no seat. Most motorized scooters can reach maximum speeds of no more than 20 – 30 miles per hour. According to the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles, motorized scooters are not eligible to be registered […]
The Statistics According to the National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center (NSCISC), each year there are nearly 17,000 new cases of spinal cord injuries. In the United States, the NSCISC estimates that there are between 243,000 and 347,000 individuals living with spinal cord injuries. Damage caused by spinal cord injuries can lead to paralysis and […]
Vehicle crashes occur daily on our busy South Florida roads. Unfortunately, injuries and even fatalities are often the result of these automobile accidents throughout the state of Florida. Sometimes the collision results in what may appear to be only very minor or no apparent injuries. In fact, those with head and neck injuries may experience delayed […]
May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. For our friends and family members who support their need for speed with adrenaline-pumping motorcycle riding, we urge you to read and share the following information to ensure each and every motorcycle ride is both exhilarating and safe. For car and truck drivers Share the roads! Roads are designed […]
Despite numerous driving safety campaigns across the country and the integration of new vehicle safety technology, traffic fatalities in the U.S. increased by 8% in 2015 over 2014. According to the National Safety Council (NSC), over 38,000 people were killed and 4.4 million were seriously injured on U.S. roadways last year. This represents the largest […]
Over the last decade, guardrail collisions have become a growing source of injuries and death on U.S. roadways. Guardrails Guardrails are metal barriers designed to prevent drivers from going off the road. Typically, guardrails are used on the shoulder of the road near steep drop offs, rough terrain, or heavy traffic moving at high speeds. […]
Enacted in 2002, the “Move Over” law is one of the most important yet lesser known laws for U.S. roadways. The law requires all drivers to move over or slow down when approaching any emergency vehicle using a visual signal and that is stopped, parked or next to a roadway. If you are driving near […]
When you think of the month of May, you may think of Memorial Day, that special day set aside to commemorate our military who died during active duty. But this May, after you think about those who bravely served our country, we also urge you to take some time to think about motorcycle safety. May […]
You may not have noticed, but there are several forms of public transportation that make up a large base of our South Florida traffic. In fact, last school year there were 1,220 school buses on the Miami roads transporting nearly 60,000 students to and from Miami-Dade Public Schools each day. In addition, combining all three […]
Last year, six-time U.S. Olympic gold medalist swimmer Amy Van Dyken Rouen was enjoying the outdoors riding an all-terrain vehicle (ATV.) After hitting a curb, she went flying in the air and landed on the pavement with a severed spine. Amy was incredibly fortunate to be alive. Today, this champion is in a wheelchair, striving […]
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