After you suffer an injury from an accident, you have a big job ahead of you that no one can do but you -- the hard work of recovery. While many people with important skill sets can help, there are some aspects of your rehabilitation that only you can do, and it is usually pretty hard work.
Texting while driving is extremely dangerous. You've heard people tell you hundreds of times that it is not safe to text behind the wheel. Why is that the case, though? What makes texting so dangerous?
Riding your bike can be a great way to get exercise in the warmer months of the year. You like saving money on gas by cycling where you want to go, and you don't have to worry about keeping your car at the ready.
The summer is here, and so it is time to get your car ready for vacations, extracurricular activities and added miles. Before you head out on the road, it's important to vacation-proof your vehicle. By performing maintenance, you can help prevent accidents caused by defects or mechanical malfunctions.
It's something almost everyone does, and it doesn't seem dangerous in most cases. What is it? Eating behind the wheel while you drive.
Distracted driving is a serious and growing problem in the United States. As more technology is released, it's becoming even more likely that people will be performing other tasks behind the wheel. Unfortunately, that puts their lives in danger and endangers those around them.
Distracted driving is a serious concern no matter what time of year it is, but during the summer there are more young drivers and teens on the roads who may make the mistake of not paying attention. Distracted driving is a common occurrence, and it's not just young drivers who participate in it. They are more likely to take risks, though, which is why it's important for them to understand the true danger of driving while distracted.
After you're involved in a crash, you stay at the scene to call for help. When you look up to get the information you need from the other driver, all you see is the tail-end of his vehicle as he flees.
You stopped at a red light. The intersection ahead of you is clear, and you're waiting patiently for your light to turn green. Suddenly, you hear screeching tires. The car coming up behind you is approaching quickly; it's moving too fast to stop.
As the calendar turns to May, graduation season has arrived and is probably the most exciting time of a teen’s life. They are excited about leaving high school and embarking on a new part of their lives. To that end, teens want to celebrate and party. The downside of these times is that May and June can be very dangerous for young drivers.