Do you want to become a better, safer driver? The key may lie in what you do at your desk today. You can actually train your brain in ways that help you when you get behind the wheel.
In October of 2018, 20 people died in a horrific limo accident in New York. Recently, a grand jury decided that the operator of the company should face charges for negligent homicide and manslaughter. He faces 20 counts of each, for a total of 40 counts.
A recent car accident in New York may have started on the street, but it did not end there. One of the vehicles left the roadway and slammed into a nearby home while the family members who lived there were still inside.
Distracted drivers put themselves and everyone around them in grave danger. This isn't something that should ever be considered normal or acceptable. As time progresses and new technology becomes available, the possible distractions increase. Unfortunately, drivers sometimes don't take the precautions necessary to ensure that they aren't being distracted.
A recent study underscores something we have known for some time: Drowsy drivers are a risk on New York's roads. What people may not have realized is just how bad it is or how their lifestyle may contribute to constant risks.
The head basketball coach for Syracuse University's men's basketball team was recently involved in a deadly accident. At a recent game, the fans held a moment of silence in honor of the man who was killed in the tragic wreck on Feb. 20.
Victims of car crashes are often shaken up at the scene of the crash. This is a difficult time because they might be so worried about what to do now that they miss the signs of injuries. We know that you are probably hoping that nothing serious is going on, but don't let that thinking cloud your judgment when it comes to seeking medical care.
Three people are dead in an accident with a teen driver in New York. The entire tragic accident could have been avoided, but the driver allegedly stole the vehicle and then ran from the police.
When you get into a car accident with your children in the car, it can have a massive impact on them psychologically even if they do not suffer any physical injuries. It is still an emotionally traumatic experience, probably the most traumatic one of their lives.
Imagine you purchased a brand-new vehicle from a reputable auto manufacturer. You expected it to be one of the safest cars on the road, but in reality, it had a serious defect that put your life at risk. Fortunately, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) mandated a recall on your vehicle before you or a family member got hurt. Now, the vehicle manufacturer has to fix or replace your car free of charge.