A motor vehicle accident can take place at any given moment, and the fallout of a crash can be devastating under any circumstance. However, if you consider yourself an avid biker, you may have increased concerns about the ramifications of being involved in even a minor crash.
New Jersey residents who work in construction are likely interested in ways that AI is making construction safer. The statistics on construction safety are clear. Construction is one of the most dangerous fields to work in; it is estimated that every single day, 14 construction workers die on the job. Construction workers are five times more likely to die on the job as other workers, so it's understandable that site managers are interested in getting any help that they can in making the work site safer.
New Jersey drivers should know that every day in this country, 9 people die and 100 are injured in distracted driving crashes. These crashes often involve the use of phones and in-vehicle tech, such as dashboard touchscreens. It makes sense, then, that the National Safety Council has designated April to be Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Some new research on this concerning trend has come in time for April 2019.