As a pedestrian or cyclist, you understand that you have to share the road with motor vehicles. Unfortunately, you also understand that some drivers don't care about your health and well-being. They only do what's best for them.
Every day throughout the state, thousands of students head to the bus stop. While this is a safe trip for most of them, there are a variety of safety risks that can turn it into a nightmare.
If you have a driver's license, you probably understand the dangers of texting and driving. Even so, it's likely that you're tempted to break the law and do this every now and again.
Even though it's against the law, there will always be people who drink and drive. Unfortunately, a drunk driver has the potential to cause an accident that injures or kills an innocent person (or people).
There's nothing more worrisome as a parent than your child hitting the open road without your supervision. You'll worry about everything from drinking and driving to accidents to breaking down.
Even if you understand the importance of driver safety, it doesn't mean everyone else takes the same level of caution. While driving, it's possible that you'll come across a number of distracted drivers, all of which have the ability to cause an accident.
Intersections are among the most common areas for car accidents, as they pose a variety of challenges to drivers. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to maintain your safety at intersections.
While most people have a basic understanding of what to do at a stop sign and yield sign, you never know what type of situation you'll run into when you're behind the wheel.
As a pedestrian, it's easy to become so comfortable with your surroundings that you assume nothing could ever go wrong. This is particularly true if you're familiar with the area in which you're walking, jogging or biking.
A driver runs a stop sign and slams into your car. Then you watch in shock as they back up and drive away from the scene. It's a hit-and-run.