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The Evolution of Automobile Safety Features

The Evolution of Automobile Safety Features

Automobiles have been leading to deaths and injuries for as long as they’ve existed! The first person on record to have been killed by an automobile was a pedestrian named Bridget Driscoll in 1896. Mary Ward of Belfast died in 1869 when she was thrown from a...
Pre And Post Scans

Pre And Post Scans

Does your Auto Repair Shop Perform Pre and Post Repair Scans? When you take your car to a repair shop after it’s been in a collision, your repair technician should walk you through the repairs and have your approval before moving forward. Depending on your insurance...
How do Seat Belts Keep us Safe in a Collision?

How do Seat Belts Keep us Safe in a Collision?

Research from the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that seat belts save about 13,000 lives in the United States annually. The NHTSA also reports that over 2,500 lives of crash victims could have been saved if they had been wearing...
The Evolution of Automobile Safety

The Evolution of Automobile Safety

On September 13, 1899, Henry H. Bliss became the first person to die in an automobile accident in the western hemisphere. Although he wasn’t in the vehicle at the time, his death set into motion a series of improvements to automobile safety that still continue to...