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2019 Mercedes-Benz Seatback Failure Recall

2019 Mercedes-Benz Seatback Failure Recall

Mercedes-Benz recalled 22,637 vehicles on February 26, 2019, because improperly locked seatbacks might fold forward in a collision, leading to injuries. Seatback failure doesn’t always lead to a seatback falling forward. Seatback failure can also lead to seatbacks...

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Fireworks Can Pose A Significant Fire Risk

Fireworks Can Pose A Significant Fire Risk

Fireworks can be beautiful and great fun to set off, but they also pose a significant fire hazard as well. The following facts about the fire risks involved with fireworks are a timely reminder for the upcoming Fourth of July celebration. Fireworks Safety Tips...

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737 Max Software Fixed, But FAA Scrutiny Looms

737 Max Software Fixed, But FAA Scrutiny Looms

Boeing reported on May 16th, 2019, that its 737 Max software has been fixed, but the 737 planes won’t be taking to the skies just yet, according to Daniel Elwell, the FAA’s acting administrator. The Boeing 737 Max will only be allowed to return to service once “the...

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Ladder Accidents

Ladder Accidents

Ladders may seem fairly simple to use. After all, all you have to do is climb up the rungs until you reach your desired height. However, ladder use is more complicated than you may think. It’s also very dangerous, resulting in 90,000 emergency room visits and killing...

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Trump’s Mexico Tariffs May Raise Auto Costs

Trump’s Mexico Tariffs May Raise Auto Costs

President Donald Trump announced on May 30th, 2019 that he would impose a 5 percent tariff on all Mexican imports beginning on June 10th, 2019. The tariffs will increase to 10 percent on July 1st, 2019, then increase 5 percent every month until reaching 25 percent....

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National Safety Month – June 2019

National Safety Month – June 2019

June is National Safety Month, an opportunity for you to make a difference in your everyday life. There are many things you can do to improve your safety at home, in the workplace, in the car and while out and about in your community. By taking some extra time each...

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Driverless Vehicles: LIDAR Technology Explained

Driverless Vehicles: LIDAR Technology Explained

A decade ago, a self-driving vehicle was virtually unheard of. Today, companies such as Google and Tesla are logging millions of miles with their driverless cars. Creating something of this magnitude may seem impossible. Without a driver, how are vehicles supposed to...

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Best Bike Cities 2019

Best Bike Cities 2019

The California cities of Santa Barbara, Santa Monica, San Diego, Ventura, Lompoc, Goleta, Santa Maria, Long Beach and Carpinteria were all in the top 50 best overall cities for bicycling compiled by People For Bikes in May 2019. Santa Barbara was ranked the highest of...

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July 17, 2019

18 State Attorneys General Urge House To Ban Asbestos

The attorneys general of 18 states sent a letter to the U.S. House of Represent...


July 16, 2019

PG&E Failed To Fix Lines Despite Knowing For Years They Could Cause Fires

PG&E told federal regulators that an overhaul of the 98 year-old Caribou-Pa...