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Safety tips for attending motorcycle rallies

Every year, the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is held in Sturgis, South Dakota. The rally will be held this year from August 7-16. Like most years, this year's rally could draw hundreds of thousands of motorcyclists from across the United States. Motorcycle rallies can be a lot of fun, but sometimes injuries and deaths occur. That's why...

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Best ways to stay safe this 4th of July

The 4th of July is one of America's most popular holidays. Despite the restrictions caused by COVID-19, many people in the greater Sioux Falls area will travel to celebrate with family and friends. Like all other major holidays, the 4th of July comes with its own risks, particularly car accidents. 4th of July car accident...

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Can environmental factors contribute to a crash?

Sioux Falls drivers sometime face unexpected conditions that can put a damper on their travel. Conditions that are unfavorable for driving can potentially lead to crashes when drivers fail to prepare and use caution. These are called environmental factors and usually include: Adverse weather conditions: Rain, snow, ice, sleet, and strong wind Road defects: Debris,...

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How can I rebuild my life after a head-on collision?

Head-on collisions don't happen that often, but when they do, they are often devastating and fatal. Unlike most other crashes, the impact of head-on collisions is doubled, due to the combined speed of two cars traveling at each other. Imagine how bad a frontal collision at 50 mph must be. When a head-on collision occurs between...

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The most common spinal injuries caused by crashes

The spine is one of the most sensitive parts of the human body. Any spinal trauma caused by a traffic collision — no matter how minor — can result in ongoing discomfort or chronic pain. The spine is made up of 24 small bones, called vertebrae, and gel-like discs that provide cushioning. The purpose of the spine...

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What should I do if I'm in a roadway departure crash?

When another driver suddenly swerves into your lane, you may not have enough time to react. Roadway departures happen without warning and often result in serious crashes on high-speed roadways. More than half of all traffic fatalities across the United States from 2015-2017 were roadway departures, according to the Federal Highway Administration. Distracted driving, aggressive...

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Long-term use of vehicle tech and disengaged drivers

New technologies, such as adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping assist, were first seen as luxuries. Now, many drivers consider them necessities as they navigate the roads and highways of South Dakota. This technology means drivers have fewer things to worry about — and that’s a problem, according to a AAA study. The Foundation for Traffic...

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What to expect with winter weather driving

This past Thanksgiving turned out to be a whiteout for many residents of South Dakota. The snowstorm that dumped roughly 6 to 12 inches of snow across the northern Plains also resulted in a traffic fatality, according to CNBC. We're just beginning the winter season and can expect more rounds of snow until the spring...

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How safe are South Dakota's rural roads?

Roadway infrastructure is a crucial component of driver safety. Unfortunately, it's neglected in many places, especially in rural areas. Across the U.S. nearly half of all fatal crashes occur in rural areas. The U.S. Department of Transportation is finally taking action to improve the driving conditions on rural roads through an initiative called Rural Opportunities...

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