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Airbags can sometimes do more harm than good

Airbags are activated when a vehicle’s sensors detect rapid deceleration. The nylon-and-rubber devices inflate in about 30-40 milliseconds, then deflate within 2 seconds. In the overwhelming majority of accidents, they are credited with protecting a vehicle’s passengers from serious injuries. Sometimes, airbags can be dangerous. According to, Connecticut will receive more than $2.36 million...

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Fatal crash rate has increased in CT during the COVID-19 pandemic

COVID-19 cases have dropped in Connecticut within the last two months. While life is slowly transitioning back to somewhat normal, there are many people who still remain cautious. One of the methods that has helped bring Connecticut's COVID-19 cases down is social distancing. This includes working from home, shopping online, cancelling events and moving to...

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Connecticut enters Phase 2 of reopening during the "100 Deadliest Days" for teen drivers

Connecticut recently entered Phase 2 of its reopening plan following a decline in COVID-19 cases. This includes a reopening of gyms, nail salons and restaurants. Indoor gatherings can occur at a capacity of 25 people, and outdoor gatherings at 100 people. As Connecticut starts to transition back to somewhat normal, more people will start traveling...

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How much will my accident cost?

Whether you were involved in a fender-bender or a crash that completely totaled your car, the aftermath can be overwhelming. You may be worried about how you’ll cover the cost of repairing your car. How will you be able to afford a new car? What steps will you need to take to get a rental...

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Connecticut ranks 2nd in the nation for drunk driving deaths

With the popularity of rideshare services such as Uber and Lyft, people who consume alcohol have more transportation options at their fingertips than ever. Despite this, some people still choose to drive after having too much to drink. According to a report released by Safe Smart Living, the District of Columbia has the highest rate...

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Feds issue Volvo recall due to dangerous door defect

If you have purchased a Volvo S60 sedan or V60 wagon that was manufactured from June 2, 2010 through December 21, 2016, you may have an open safety recall on your car. According to Consumer Reports, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently issued a recall of nearly 145,000 Volvos due to a mechanical...

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