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Will My Car Lose Safety Features in the 5G Switchover?

Modern technology evolves so quickly that most people cannot keep track of the latest innovations. The much-talked-about move to a faster, better 5G cellular network for phones and other wireless devices is finally here. The problem is that wireless carriers are shutting down the old 3G networks that many cars depend on for essential safety features. If your vehicle is one of the models not being provided with a software or hardware upgrade, you may be left without a connection[…] Read More

Does Driving at Night Increase the Likelihood of a Car Accident?

Driving at night is more dangerous for many reasons, and it increases your chances of getting into a car accident. Data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) shows that although there is less traffic on the roads during nighttime hours, almost half of car accident fatalities in the U.S. occur at night. Having a fatal crash at night is three times greater than during daylight hours. The most significant factor in nighttime accidents is reduced visibility. Even when[…] Read More

Who Is Liable for a Rental Car Accident?

Rental cars are convenient, especially when you are on vacation or a business trip. It allows you to travel more easily than having to rely upon public transport. However, whenever you drive, there is always a chance that you will get into a car accident. Driving in a rental car does not necessarily increase the risk of being in a crash, but driving in unfamiliar areas certainly can increase the risk of an accident. Rental car accidents can be complicated.[…] Read More