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Tag Archives: distracted driver

Research shows two-second glance from road is dangerous

By John Willis |

Tennessee residents may want to know about a new research study showing that drivers who take their eyes off of the road for as little as two seconds could increase their chances of an automobile accident. The results were announced in April by the Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety. Currently, the National Highway… Read More »

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Teens likely to multitask while driving

By John Willis |

Many Tennessee students who are either learning how to drive or new at driving know that driving while texting is dangerous. However, a report released on March 18 indicated that some teenagers may not be able to identify other distractions, making them potentially likely to drive while distracted. In the study, 27 percent of… Read More »

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Rear-end collision on I-40 West kills 1, injures 2

By John Willis |

Officers with the Tennessee Highway Patrol reported that a rear-end collision that occurred on Dec. 18 near Lovell Road killed one man and injured two others. The accident reportedly occurred just before 4:00 a.m. in the westbound lanes of Interstate 40. According to officers, a 40-year-old Knoxville man was driving a 2003 Toyota west… Read More »

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Distracted driving and car accidents

By John Willis |

Distracted driving is a big problem in Tennessee. Smartphones and electronic gadgets make it tempting for some drivers to keep their eyes off the road. When distracted driving leads to car accidents, serious injuries and death can be the result. If this occurs, legal action may be beneficial. Anything that pulls a driver’s attention… Read More »

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