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Steven R. Andrade

Is California a No-Fault State for Car Accidents?

Some states require drivers to have no-fault insurance that pays for damages and injuries after a car accident regardless of who was at fault. No-fault insurance, also known as Personal Injury Protection, covers expenses up to the policy limits.
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Steven R. Andrade

Parents Can Help to Change Dangerous Teen Driving Behavior

For parents with teenagers, the prospect of teaching your child to drive a car can be an anxiety-inducing one. Given that teen drivers are at greater risk of being involved in car accidents, it is important for parents to think carefully about safe driving habits for teen drivers.
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Steven R. Andrade

How Scammers Make Dangerously Worn Tires Look New

Santa Barbara residents should understand the risks of being scammed by people who are selling dangerously worn tires. When people drive with worn tires, serious auto accidents can occur as a result of tread separation or blow outs.
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Steven R. Andrade

Higher Risk of Car Accidents Involving Teenage Drivers

Teens throughout Southern California drive to school each day and often to part-time jobs, and they spend evenings and weekends driving around with friends. Teens are at much higher risk of being involved in a serious or fatal car accident than are drivers of other ages, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
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