The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has announced the recall of more than 10 million dangerous toys made by Fisher Price. The CPSC says that the children's products pose potential dangers that range from falling onto protruding parts to choking on small parts.
This week the Department of Transportation held a distracted driving summit to discuss and develop strategies to curb driving distractions. While it's extremely important for lawmakers to address these types of issues, it's just as important for us, as drivers, to take responsibility and do what we can to end distracted driving.
The Department of Transportation began a distracted driving summit this week by announcing new regulations aimed at reducing texting while driving. The most recent statistics from the National Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA) show that accidents related to distracted driving killed 5,474 people last year and injured 448,000.
Many teens think that texting and driving is less dangerous than drunk driving despite studies showing that it carries the same amount of risk, according to a new survey for State Farm Insurance.
Deciding which booster seat to buy for your child can be difficult – there are a ton of options and a lot of safety concerns to consider. Luckily, the Institute for Highway Safety has made the decision a bit easier.
Three consumer groups have identified 85 nationwide food recalls that occurred in the past 13 months, and 56 of them affected Pennsylvania. The majority of the recalls were linked to Salmonella.