Blog Posts in April, 2012

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  • Safety Tips for Driving in California Road Construction Zones

    Posted By Craig McClellan || Apr 25, 2012

    Updated February 2016 April 12 will kick off National Work Zone Awareness Week. As construction season results in hundreds of work zones, it is important for drivers to slow down and stay aware of their surroundings. Driving through San Diego County, you’ve probably noticed workers in bright orange vests in the midst of trimming trees, repairing roads, or constructing new highways. Construction ...
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  • Your Phone Knows That You've Been Texting While Driving: Yes, There Could Be An App For That

    Posted By The McClellan Law Firm || Apr 20, 2012

    For the past two weeks we've been blogging about how cell phone use while driving is under attack by safety advocates, who point to the high rate of car accidents that occur while drivers talk or text. Well, one physicist believes that he can develop an app that would be able to determine when you've been texting while driving . Mike Watkins, a physicist at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, ...
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  • California's "It's Not Worth It!" Campaign Kicks Off with National Distracted Driving Month

    Posted By Craig McClellan || Apr 9, 2012

    Did you know that it takes, on average, four seconds for drivers to glance down at their cell phones? But it takes less than four seconds for an accident to occur. The resolution to make April National Distracted Driving Awareness Month was passed by the U.S. House of Representatives in 2010. The resolution was first proposed by the founder of FocusDriven, an organization that supports cell-free ...
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  • Deadly Teen Car Accident on San Diego's Route 52 is a Reminder to Teen Drivers Everywhere to Slow Down

    Posted By Craig McClellan || Apr 5, 2012

    Lately we've been writing a lot about teen driving safety. In fact, just yesterday we blogged about the percent of teenagers who receive serious head injuries in car accidents. And last week we wrote about how speeding at continues to be a problem that often leads to deadly accidents . When you combine concerns with speeding with concerns about teen driving safety, you get a deadly combination. ...
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