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Latest Insurance Institute Items
Safety researchers expressed concern a decade ago that traffic accidents would increase as the nation's aging population swelled the number of older drivers on the road. Now, they say they've been proved wrong.
The two certainties in life _ death and taxes _ may be more intertwined than Ben Franklin ever imagined: A study found that deadly auto accidents increase on Tax Day.