You've heard different holidays are supposed to be the deadliest to drive during. Well, we crunched the data and present you with the real 10 most dangerous days to be on the road in the US.
When you find yourself on the road during the holiday season you can't control the other drivers, but you can follow these easy tips to keep yourself safe from harm.
In the last thirty years there have been many advancements in technology geared towards spinal cord injuries. What do the next thirty years have in store?
Last year, California lawmakers made splitting lanes legal in our state. Before that bill, the practice was not illegal or legal, but as of January 1st, California Highway Patrol (CHP) was given authority to make regulations for the practice.
Many car accidents occur during holidays, specifically over the Labor Day weekend. USA Today and the National Safety Council dubbed Labor Day the deadliest holiday of the year. The reason that accidents happen so frequently is that drivers don’t consider other people.
Were you a passenger injured in a car accident? This can be a confusing experience especially if you do not know where to start. The situation is further complicated if the drivers involved cannot agree who is at fault.
Every year, there are thousands of bike accidents in Los Angeles. Fortunately, most of them are minor and don’t result in any significant personal injury or property damage.
Summertime is one of the most active times of the year for people of all ages. The long, sunny days and warm weather invite everyone to try activities not possible in the winter months. For this reason, summertime is one of the busiest seasons for accident related injuries, especially in tourist towns.
The Ford Motor Company recently announced the recall of over 570,000 vehicles. Potential vehicle fires are the reason for the recall of over 360,000 vehicles in North America and Europe. An additional 210,000 vehicles are being recalled because of faulty door latches.
The current wet roads make for unsafe driving conditions during this storm and for awhile after. Water can mix with oil on the roadway to impede breaking and increase stopping distances.