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Fewer daylight hours could lead to more crashes

As days become shorter with the end of daylight savings time, motorists in New York and other states may notice an increase in wildlife activity on or near the roadway. The annual return to standard time places many commuters behind the wheel at dusk and dawn when wild animals are likely to be on the move. With property losses due to wildlife-related crashes averaging more than $3,400 per incident, motorists everywhere may want to take precautions to mitigate the risks posed by unexpected animal encounters while driving.

The word "accident" does not apply to distracted driving crashes

Many people argue that the term "accident" doesn't apply when someone gets behind the wheel of a car when they are intoxicated and then cause a crash. Many also argue that "accident" doesn't apply to crashes, injuries and fatalities caused by distracted drivers.

Shift work a major cause of drowsy driving

Drowsy driving has become a public safety hazard in New York and around the country. Researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital are concerned that people who work night shifts or rotational shifts are some of the most vulnerable because of the irregularity of their sleep schedule. These people make up 15 percent of America's workforce.

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