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January 2019 Archives

Drowsy driving an issue in the ridesharing business

Georgia residents and others who use ridesharing services may need to watch out for tired or fatigued drivers. This is according to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM). Drivers tend to work after being awake for long periods of time, and it may not be possible to check for health issues a driver may have. In some cases, the drivers are compelled to keep driving because of low hourly or per trip wages.

Fatigued truck drivers can be a major road risk

Studies show that 65 percent of large truck accidents occur during long hauls. This means that the longer a Georgia trucker drives, the more likely they'll get into an accident. Long road trips and a lack of rest are not a good combination, and truck drivers all over the U.S. are struggling with this scenario.

AAA: infotainment systems raise risk for car crash

New technology, especially infotainment systems, can be highly distracting for drivers in Georgia and across the U.S. Researchers from the University of Utah conducted a study on 30 infotainment systems for AAA, all of them found on new 2017 cars. Seven had a moderate level of demand, 11 a high level and 12 very high. Car models with the most demanding infotainment systems include the Audi Q7 QPP, Chrysler 300 C and Dodge Durango GT.

Man killed in Cartersville garbage truck crash

A 43-year-old Georgia man was killed in Cartersville on Dec. 26, 2018, after he was trapped between a sanitation truck and a utility pole in the town. The man was an inmate at Floyd County Prison who had volunteered for a sanitation job in the town. He was working with the Cartersville Sanitation Department when he was pinned to a utility pole after the garbage truck slammed into him while driving in reverse on Jones Street. The sanitation truck hit the pole, trapping the worker there.

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