Motor vehicle collisions are the leading cause of death and injury in the workplace, and the cost of a single accident could easily exceed $1.4 million. And while most accidents are caused by distracted or negligent drivers, many accidents can also be attributed to mechanical errors.
In 2016, certified pre-owned car sales reached a record 2.6 million units, but as more and more people opt for environmentally friendly forms of transportation, such as biking, these numbers may start to decline. A new effort in Pakistan last month involved women across the country participating in female-only bike races in many major cities in hopes of challenging the male dominance of public spaces.
In Alberta, Canada, a man is heartbroken after going through every car lover’s worst nightmare: his uninsured vehicle collection with an estimated value of more than $3 million was destroyed in a fire.
Studies show that 60% of at-risk children were found to be more likely not to go to college if they didn’t get a quality preschool education. For 10-year-old Bishop Curry, that doesn’t seem to be a possibility.