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Drivers and technology

Editor’s note: The following editorial is from the (Macon, Georgia) Telegraph and was originally published on Feb. 20.

With all our technological advancements in the vehicle arena, more people are dying in crashes than at almost any time in history according to the National Safety Council. The NSC estimates that 40,200 people died in automobile accidents in 2016, up 6 percent over 2015. We haven’t seen this level of vehicle death in a decade. ...

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