Even if you are a safe driver, it's easy to make a mistake when you're behind the wheel. And if that happens, you could cause an accident that harms you and many other people on the road.
An aggressive driver is one who is more likely to cause an accident. And even if that doesn't happen, this type of person doesn't make it enjoyable to be behind the wheel.
If you live in or around the Denver area, you know that rush hour traffic is nearly impossible to avoid. Even if you only have a short commute, you're likely to find yourself sitting in traffic at some point.
If someone strikes your motor vehicle with theirs, you expect that they'll stop and exchange insurance information at the very least. However, some people don't do this. Instead, they flee the scene, even though it's illegal, as they don't want to get in trouble with the authorities or deal with the financial impact.
As you drive down the road, you may notice that things aren't quite right with another driver. While there are many potential reasons for this, it's always possible that they could be under the influence of alcohol, drugs and/or prescription medication.
A car accident has the potential to impact your life in many ways, including your ability to earn a living in the future. And depending on the severity of the accident, it's possible that you'll find yourself out of work for an extended period of time (or even permanently).
Most people understand the steps they can take to prevent drowsy driving. For example, banking your sleep before you get behind the wheel reduces the likelihood of falling asleep.
You were injured in a motor vehicle accident, have received treatment for your injuries and now realize the importance of filing a claim with your insurance company.
Imagine a situation in which another person's negligence led to a motor vehicle accident that resulted in serious injuries.
Drivers can become distracted from a myriad of things other than their mobile device. For as long as cars have been around, drivers have been driving distracted and that's long before mobile phones were invented. Think back to the original car phones. They would plug into the cigarette lighter. It's not just mobile devices that can cause a driver to become distracted.