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Bills Proposed to Ban Driver Handheld Cell Phone Use in PA

July 12th, 2018

While a Pennsylvania law passed in 2011 prohibits texting while driving, speaking on a handheld cell phone while driving remains legal. In contrast, all of Pennsylvania’s neighboring states have enacted bans on such activity—including tough bills passed in New Jersey and New York. New bills proposed in the state seek to require the use of…

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Winter Driving Safety Tips

December 16th, 2014

Winter Driving Safety Tips: Stay Safe This Winter Every year, winter brings more car accidents than any other month. December 2013 had the most accidents, followed by November 2013 and October 2013. In those 3 months, there were over 35,000 accidents. 26.1% of all PA car accident deaths in 2013 occurred during those three months. The harsh weather and limited daylight can cause bad driving conditions….

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Dangers of Black Ice

November 19th, 2014

Beware of Black Ice Conditions Snow, ice, and  freezing rain makes winter driving hazardous. Before you get in your car to travel to work, shop or visit friends it is important to check the local weather and road conditions. Black ice or clear ice,  is a thin, transparent cover of ice on a road surface adds to the danger of winter driving. Black ice often…

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Car Accident Victim Awarded $300,000

October 23rd, 2014

$300,000 Settlement Awarded to Car Accident Victim A woman was driving on Weavertown Road in Meyerstown, Lebanon County, when she proceeded legally through the intersection with Elco Drive. As she crossed through the intersection, a second car traveling on Elco Drive illegally drove through the intersection, hitting the woman’s car. Upon impact, the second car ran into a telephone pole and the first car spun…

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Fall Safety Tips

October 1st, 2014

Every time the seasons change, new hazards emerge on the roadway. During the fall, these hazards can come from the increase in deer, the time change causing windshield glares during rush hour, wet leaves and more. This week, we have some fall safety tips for you to remember and follow while driving your car. 1) Clear frost from your windshields. The changing temperatures often leave…

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