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February 2020 Archives

NSC notes positive trends in 2019 roadway fatality estimates

The National Safety Council estimates that there were 38,800 traffic fatalities in Montana and across the U.S. in 2019: a 2% decline from 2018 and a 4% decline from 2017. This is a positive trend after the spike in fatalities that 2015 and 2016 experienced. Overall, of course, road safety has vastly improved since the 1970s, but there are still areas of concern that the NSC has pointed out.

Strategies for avoiding distracted driving

A study of drivers between the ages of 18 to 24 conducted by The Zebra found that 39% of respondents admitted to texting while driving. Interestingly, people do so despite knowing that it can be dangerous. Montana motorists who are tempted to drive while distracted can use several strategies to avoid doing so. For instance, they should set their GPS, find a radio station and otherwise get ready for their trip before the car starts moving.

Report lists 10 cities that experience the most car crashes

The transportation nonprofit Go Safe Labs has released a report listing the 10 cities with the highest car crash numbers in 2019 as well as the 10 most accident-prone regions in the U.S. Researchers hope that as residents of Montana and across the U.S. consider the lists, they can practice safer driving.

Traumatic brain injuries: causes and types

Traumatic brain injuries refer to any injuries that disrupt normal brain function. They can be caused by a blow to the head, by having the head violently shaken or by having something penetrate the skull. Montana residents should know that there are various causes of TBIs and many degrees of severity.

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