Study Finds That More Than Half of Drivers Don’t Look for Pedestrians or Cyclists First

Prior to turning right, nearly half of people who participated in a recent study, say they don’t look for pedestrians or cyclists before carrying out the turn. That’s the result of a Canadian research study that shows that people might be most at risk of suffering pedestrian and bicycle related injuries during this particular period…. Read More »

By the Numbers: What Are the Statistics Behind Most Pedestrian Accidents?

Research from the National Highway Safety Administration outlines some of the primary causes and factors associated with the majority of pedestrian accidents. Pedestrian accidents include any situation in which a person is running, hiking, jogging, walking, or lying down when he or she is involved in a motor vehicle crash. According to statistics analyzed by… Read More »