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When Apple Airpods first came on the market in December 2016, the small earbuds changed how we listen to music. Earbuds are a common sight everywhere; from gyms and college campuses to trains and airplanes. Smartphone users increasingly use earbuds to have hands-free conversations. Bluetooth headphones seem to have made day-to-day tasks more convenient, simply by eliminating the wire. But has it caused more of a distraction too?

car accident freeway debris

Debris on the roadway can be one of the scariest experiences for drivers. It comes out of nowhere, and when traveling at fast speeds it might be unavoidable. Debris can cause serious damage to your car, or it may be the cause of an accident. Flying debris can be anything that comes out of a moving vehicle, from furniture to rocks to oil spills. There are about 200,000 motor vehicle accidents each year that are caused by road debris and result in 500 deaths, according to AAA.

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Renting a car while on vacation has many benefits. Tourists get more freedom and independence to roam, without abiding by public transportation schedules or paying surged rates for Uber/Lyft rides. However, driving through unfamiliar roads is an accident hazard. Tourists may pay more attention to road signs and maps rather than the road ahead, which is a form of distracted driving.

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Car crashes can cause a wide range of injuries. Sometimes, the harm is apparent, like when a person breaks a bone. Other times, the injuries are less obvious and may take time to discover or diagnose. Fibromyalgia is one of these types of conditions, and it can cause a great deal of pain and psychological stress for victims who develop it after a car crash.

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