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January 2013

NHTSA: 17M Vehicles Recalled In 2012

January 19, 2013 |
Last year manufacturers filed for more than 650 safety recalls, affecting more than 17.8 million vehicles, child seats and vehicle equipment according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.Furthermore, the NHTSA influenced the recall of more than 9 million vehicles and 60,000 items of vehicle equipment, including tires and child safety seats.According to the...
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FDA Lowers Dose Of Sleeping Pills Due To Drowsy Driving Issues

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has decided to require manufacturers of zolpidem, a popular sleeping pill, to reduced recommended doses for women by half amid concerns about lingering effects into the next day after they use the pill.The drug, sold under names like Ambien, Ambien CR, Edular and Zolpimist, may remain in the...
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New Study Suggests Digital Billboards Another Road Distraction

A new Swedish study found that electronic billboards create a new distraction on the highways and may raise the risks of crashes.The study, published online by the journal Traffic Injury Prevention said that drivers tend to look longer at electronic billboards. The study took 41 drivers and had them drive an instrumented vehicle passing...
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CDC Study: 4% Drivers Fall Asleep Behind Wheel

January 3, 2013 |
A recently released study of adult drivers in 19 states as well as the District of Columbia showed 4.2 percent of drivers fell asleep behind the wheel within the previous month.Researchers said those who reported sleeping less than six hours daily, those who snored and those who reported unintentionally falling asleep during the day...
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