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Reporting car accidents in Texas

Imagine you're driving home from your child's soccer match on a Saturday afternoon. Out of nowhere, your sport utility vehicle (SUV) gets hits from behind by a Volkswagen. However, and the other party in the crash didn't call the police, though. Instead, you exchanged phone numbers.

Engaged Texas couple dies in tragic drunk driving crash

A tragic motorcycle accident claimed the lives of an engaged couple last Sunday in Aubrey, Texas. Perhaps the saddest part of the deaths in this case was the fact that they were avoidable. According to police, the pickup truck driver who allegedly caused the crash was intoxicated and he had prior DUIs on his record. Family members and friends of the victims hope that the deaths of their family members will serve as a reminder to all Texas drivers not to drink and drive.

Mysterious fires engulfing some BMWs

If you are in the market for a new BMW or have recently purchased one, you are probably drawn to the notion of the car being “the ultimate driving machine.” Indeed, BMW’s performance has wowed driving enthusiasts for decades. The technological advances have further increased their popularity. However, a recent rash of random fires has created a mystery that concerns engineers and safety advocates alike.

Driven to distraction? There's an app for that.

Even though we admonish our teens, we're just as guilty of committing this offense: texting while driving. A poll conducted by AT&T, 49 percent of adult drivers admitted to sending an electronic message behind the wheel compared with 43 percent of teen drivers. In spite of the fact that 98 percent of drivers questioned by AT&T recognized the hazards associated with this activity, just under half of those polled revealed that they would reply to a message.

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