The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly reduced driving time, pollution, and money spent on gas. Learn the driving, car buying, and insurance implications caused by the mobility change.
After reopening a stretch of I-75 closed due to reduced visibility by a thick soup of fog combined with smoke from a brush fire, the massive pileup took place some 15 minutes later.
These numbers show we’re making historic progress when it comes to improving safety on our nation’s roadways
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