Post Profile

Wildlife vs. vehicle costs top $225 million annually in California

Collisions involving vehicles and wildlife along California's highways cost more than $225 million annually, according to a new study that uses traffic-incident reports to identify hot spots of concern for both public safety and wildlife conservation.
read more


Related Posts

REPORT: Hybrids More Likely To Mow Down Bikers, Pedestrians [Car Crashes]

Vehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Are hybrids really a silent killer? A study put together by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration seems to think so. NHTSA's found a higher incidence of pedestrian/bike crashes with hybrid vehicles. Results from the stu...

Report: Study Shows Vehicles Becoming Safer, Fewer Fatalities Reported as a Result

Vehicles / Cars : Blog

According to a report released today by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, vehicles are safer than a decade ago. As a result, fewer people are dying in car accidents. The NHTSA collected data from police reports, at...

NHTSA To Investigate Almost Half a Million Grand Cherokees For Rollaway Incidents

Vehicles / Cars : TopSpeed

Fiat Chrysler is in hot water again over vehicle complaints, this time over late-model Jeep Grand Cherokees rolling away after being placed in park. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is now opening a preliminary inv...

Where humans and nature collide: Roadkill hot spots identified in California

Academics / General Science : ScienceDaily: Science Society

A map shows how California's state highway system is strewn with roadkill "hot spots," which are identified in a newly released report. The data could help state highway planners take measures to protect both drivers and wildlife.

How much do collision claims cost?

Vehicles / Cars :

It depends on the vehicle. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) published a comparison of cost report on 2008–2010 models’ average collision claims costs. Masserati had the highest average claim cost in the lar...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC