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The courtroom is supposed to be a place where law and order reign supreme, and for the most part it is. However, there are occasions when it can turn scary, wild, and downright unpredictable. It’s not hard to understand why when you consider what’s at stake. Nevertheless, these 12 Unbelievable
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has admitted that it is considering the possibility of banning magnet toys linked to a number of child choking injuries and fatalities.
The CPSC has admitted that at least one fatality last year was linked to swallowing the small, powerful magnets that
A tire dragging problem that could lead to a fire is being blamed for a massive recall of Honda Goldwing motorcycles.
The company recently recalled approximately 100,000 Gold Wing touring motorcycles, claiming that an issue with a secondary master cylinder was the reason for the recall. According to
Tire maker Michelin has launched a campaign to educate teenagers about the importance of tire safety. Many driver education programs neglect tire safety with the result that many teens drive with no basic knowledge of tire safety. Such motorists are less likely to appreciate the need to make
Last year, more than 90,000 adults and children had to be rushed to hospital emergency rooms across the United States after suffering serious injuries from products that they were using at home. Those products included power tools and cleaning supplies.
Many cases of eye injuries and blindness involving children
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is under fire, and is fighting off criticism that the agency failed to act in time to prevent fatal accidents involving defective General Motors vehicles. The agency denies the allegations and says that it acted when it did have appropriate information.
For years, lane splitting has been a controversial, yet perfectly legal option for motorcyclists in California. It’s also the subject of a raging controversy between motorcyclists on one side, and motorists on the other.
The controversy erupted in August when the California Highway Patch made the decision to
On September 16th, California’s long-awaited “Three Feet for Safety” law went into effect. The law requires drivers to give bicyclists at least three feet of clearance when passing them with a motorized vehicle. If a driver is unable to give the biker the clearance, then the driver is required to