Best Drivers in the U.S. by State [2021 Study]

Everyone knows the bad driver. The one who cuts in and out of lanes at a high speed, merges into other lanes without looking over their shoulder, and rides the brake so that it’s difficult to see when they’ll stop. But what about the great driver? While there are no awards given for the best…

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What You Need to Know About Red-Light Camera Tickets

Many cities and states have red-light cameras installed, which take a photo of a vehicle’s license plate when a driver runs a red light. States typically set penalties for running through a red light slightly lower when cited through a red-light camera system as compared with a police officer writing a ticket in person. A…

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Halloween Fatal Car Crash Statistics [25-Year Study]

Halloween is one of the most dangerous holidays of the year. Between drunk drivers and children trick-or-treating, the risk of being harmed makes it both a threat to the older partying age group and children who just want to enjoy the fun of dressing up. Halloween fatal car crashes are a major concern. Is Halloween…

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Best Drivers in the U.S. by State [2019 Study]

← VIEW THE UPDATED RESULTS HERE The average person doesn’t realize how dangerous traveling by car in the U.S. can be. While in this article, we’ll focus on the best drivers in the U.S. by state, it’s important to know just how dangerous driving can be. In 2017 there were 37,133 fatal car crashes in America—4,389…

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Worst States for Traffic-Related Fatalities – 2017

>> View the UPDATED results of this study Click here to view the interactive graphics and here to view the data tables. As you drive your car daily, you may not think much about being in an accident. Your possibility of being in a car wreck, however, could be greater than you realize — especially depending on where you live. Overall,…

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Does running a red light increase auto insurance rates?

Unfortunately, if you are caught by the police and issued a ticket for running a red light, it is very likely that your auto insurance company will raise your premium. Driving through a red light results in points placed on your license in most states; just how many points and what it means for you…

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How will points affect auto insurance rates?

Points affect auto insurance rates negatively. What this means is that the more points you have, the higher your auto insurance rates are going to be. How much impact will 2 penalty points affect my insurance will undoubtedly vary, but if you want to avoid payment increases to your auto insurance rates, attending driving school…

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