Police Aren’t Collecting Enough Info At Crash Scenes

 Wednesday, April 26, 2017

 Insurance News Net

The scope of deadly hazards such as texting and drug use by drivers may be underestimated and not adequately addressed because police aren’t collecting enough information at crash scenes, according to a new report. The report, released today by the National Safety Council, also found that no state systematically records whether crashes involve vehicles with self-driving features, such as collision-avoidance systems. The group said more attention must be focused on the problem with a shift from an “accident-report mentality” to crash investigation.
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