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Trucker Shortage Danger to Spokane Motorists

The growing economy and higher demand for consumer goods means there are more products to haul. However, the trucking industry in the US is short over 50,000 long-distance drivers, according to a recent article published in the Spokane Journal. The trucker shortage is not only a serious problem for the trucking industry as it strives...

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Child Passenger Safety Tips for Spokane Drivers

A great deal of the responsibility for keeping child passengers safe in motor vehicles is in the hands of parents, guardians, or caregivers. But everyone who shares the road needs to keep child safety in mind. It's a serious issue. The National Safety Council (NSC) reports that in 2016, approximately 723 child passengers under the...

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The Risk of Using Infotainment Technology on Spokane Roads

Recent years have shown a rise in a technological trend: so-called in-vehicle infotainment systems. These new dashboard displays allow us to do everything from navigate the roadways to make phone calls, all while driving our cars. These systems are also equipped with different safety features such as back-up cameras and lane departure warning systems. However,...

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Tips For Safeguarding Against Drunk Drivers

Every summer in Washington and across the US, we drive more miles and longer hours, which increases the risk of an accident. The summer also shows a rise in drunk driving accidents, especially around the holidays. The experts behind has offered 7 tips to protect us all from the danger of a drunk driver....

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Embark Is Making Great Strides Toward Autonomous Driving

Self-driving trucks are no longer a dream for the future. An Embark truck recently completed a 650-mile trip from El Paso, Texas, to Ontario, California in October of last year. Though it is hardly the first of its kind, this voyage marks the “longest commercial use of self-driving trucking technology to date.”  The Embark truck...

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