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What factors contribute to drowsy driving?

Instances of drowsy driving, or driver fatigue, are often as deadly as driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. According to the National Safety Council, about 40% of drivers confess to falling asleep while driving at some point in their lives. Once you...

Fatal car accidents by age group

You can break car accident statistics down in a variety of ways, and they all tell a different story. Looking at the time of day can show when it is safest to drive, for instance, while looking at the type of vehicle can show you the safest type of car to buy the next...

Thousands of drugged truckers may be on the road

It is easy to feel a little paranoid when you encounter a tractor-trailer on a New Mexico highway. You may find yourself asking many questions. When was the last time someone inspected the brakes on that rig? Has the driver slept recently? Does the driver see you...

Merging safely onto highways can prevent accidents

Driving on multilane highways in New Mexico is a common occurrence. When you first started driving, you may have dreaded having to get on these roads because of heavy traffic and other factors that made it a nerve-wracking experience.In particular, you may have had...

Dangerous low-profile beds in nursing homes

Technology has made it possible to improve living conditions at nursing homes in New Mexico and across the country, but in some cases, the latest advancements and developments have proven dangerous. Recently, the ECRI Institute uncovered some risks...

Bicycle safety can improve your odds

There are dozens of reasons to ride a bike to work in New Mexico. It is good exercise and good for the environment, and you do not have to pay for gas or insurance for your bike. However, it is also dangerous. Whether you ride as your mode of transportation, for...