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Drivers Beware: Pokemon Go Causing Car Accidents

The new Pokemon Go sensation is literally taking the nation by storm. Players are causing quite a ruckus, too! Some have scaled law enforcement fences meant to keep people out, crept into cemeteries, and apparently have even discovered an abandoned baby and dead bodies. So, it's not entirely out of the realm of possibility that Pokemon Go players are now being blamed for causing car accidents.

Is Driver Fatigue a Problem for Taxi/Uber Drivers?

In the world of taxiing, carting, trucking and hauling good as a driver, the name of the game has always been work as many hours a possible to make as much money per paycheck as possible. Well, the blowback began decades ago when commercial carriers started getting busted for doing methamphetamines and even cocaine to stay awake on long-distance treks.

Now, it seems the other shoe may be dropping on the taxi and private pay-for-hire driver services industry, such Uber and Lyft.

3 Distracted Driving Myths You Should Ignore

Distracted driving is a dangerous behavior that often contributes to traffic accidents. Despite the fact that state and national authorities have conducted various anti-distracted driving campaigns to deter this behavior, however, many motorists still make the poor decision to multitask behind the wheel. And this ends up creating a significant risk of collisions - and injuries - for everyone sharing the roads with these distracted drivers.

4 Essential Facts to Know about Distracted Driving

Distracted driving is a prominent concern for transportation regulators, law enforcement officials and even lawmakers. Unfortunately, however, it does not seem to concern as many motorists as it should, as too many drivers across the U.S. continue to give in to distractions while driving, increasing the risks of an auto accident for everyone else on the road with them.

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