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Safety tech may be the answer to rise in truck crashes

Truck crashes are on the rise in West Virginia and other states. Florida, in particular, has seen its number jump from 23,515 to 32,513 between 2014 and 2018. The Florida Department of Transportation reports that the leading operator-related factor in these crashes is speeding.

NHTSA expands probe into deadly airbag controls

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which already begun to investigate malfunctioning airbag controls on certain vehicles, is now expanding the probe to include 12.3 million vehicles from automakers like Toyota, Honda, Kia, Hyundai, Mitsubishi and Fiat Chrysler. West Virginia residents who own any 2010 to 2019 model vehicle from one of these brands may want to see if it's on NHTSA's list.

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