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Tips for dealing with aggressive drivers

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) notes an alarming increase in dangerous driver behavior that began in the 1990s, often leading to accidents. At its worst, aggressive driving explodes into road range – yelling, gestures, assault and even murder. With so much at stake, why do motorists risk the health and lives of others...

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Beware of delayed injury symptoms

If you were involved in a car accident, you may not have sustained a noticeably severe injury. You may not feel any pain or immobilization at the time of your crash. But don't let that fool you. Even if you feel fine after a crash, it's dangerous to assume that you didn't sustain an injury....

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Will drunk driving increase in Montana this summer?

AAA has dubbed the period between Memorial Day and Labor Day Weekend the "100 Deadliest Days" for a reason. More fatal crashes involving drunk drivers tend to happen during the summer months. The Montana Highway Patrol reports that the overall number of crashes from June 1-16 fell by 11.29 percent in comparison to the same...

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How bad is distracted driving in Montana?

Distracted driving can be any activity that distracts someone from the task of driving. It can include talking or texting on a phone, eating and drinking, talking to people in your car, adjusting a radio or programming GPS navigation. Distracted driving can result in collisions, injuries and death, in addition to traffic violation citations. Distracted...

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What costs are part of a car accident claim?

Car accidents happen to almost everyone, even the safest and most responsible drivers. A single crash can be a devastating and traumatic experience. The aftermath can be worse in many cases and result in a heap of medical expenses and other costs. In many cases, these costs come as a shock. Without an experienced car...

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Spring daylight savings may lead to more crashes

It's days away until Montana residents set their clocks ahead one hour. On March 8, 2020, our evenings will be a little brighter as we thaw from the cold, dark winter. The one-hour spring forward has its consequences, however. Research shows that it messes with our circadian rhythms (the body's natural clock) by causing us...

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Distracted Driving, a Common Danger to Montana Drivers

In recent years, distracted driving has grown to a proportion never seen before. Whether you’re traveling Interstate 90 or within the city limits of Billings, there is likely a distracted driver somewhere within your proximity. The urge to pick up a phone, tamper with infotainment settings, and multitask while driving has become such a cultural...

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