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December 2013 Archives

Some holidays more dangerous than others on the road

Many Georgia residents may hit the road on Christmas and New Years to celebrate with friends and family who live far away. Because of this increased traffic, the number of accidents may also rise. In fact, there may have been as many as 250 people killed and 27,900 injured in car accidents this past holiday season. However, these holidays may not be the most dangerous for those on the road.

Honda recalls 2014 Acura MDX

A recall of 19,197 Acura MDX 2014 vehicles was announced by Honda during December 2013. The recall for the luxury SUV could affect drivers in Floyd County, Georgia, and other parts of the country as well. According to Honda and federal regulators, the recall in the United States was prompted by defective propeller shafts. If gone unchecked, this defective part could potentially lead to several car accidents.

Porsche model involved in actor's death was allegedly dangerous

Some Georgia Porsche Carrera owners could be seriously alarmed by the fact that, according to some top executives working for Porsche, the 2005 Porsche Carrera GT, like the one in which the famous young star of the Fast and Furious franchise was killed recently, is infamously challenging and dangerous to drive. Paul Walker was killed in a fiery crash in Los Angeles while riding as a passenger in a friend's 2005 Carrera GT.

Car accidents and other factors dictating car insurance rates

Car insurance companies consider a number of factors when determining an individual's premium. The present age of all the drivers on the policy, having been in any car accidents and adding inexperienced drivers onto the policy are some reasons for increased premiums in Georgia, since these are risk factors that increase the likelihood of a car accident taking place.

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