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The ‘100 deadliest days’ on the road

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While drivers feel safer during the summer months because of better road conditions and nicer weather, it ultimately leads to people being less careful.

Think the most risk takes place on highways? Think again. An Allstate report found that 82 percent of Pittsburgh drivers violated speed limits on local streets.

Teen drivers are the biggest threat. AAA calls the months between Memorial and Labor Days the “100 deadliest days” because the average number of deadly crashes involving teen drivers is 15% higher.

At our firm, we represent victims of car crashes and so we say: Please drive safely this summer!

– Robert N. Peirce III, Robert Peirce & Associates

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