No one wants to be part of a car accident, but if you find yourself in this position, you hope you are able to walk away unscathed.
On Monday, Oct. 23, a 17-year-old driver crashed into the last vehicle in a line of five cars that were stopped at a red light at Route 130 and Hankins Road. The impact sent each vehicle crashing into the rear-end of the vehicle in front of it, with the initial impact causing the death of a 62-year-old woman from Trenton, New Jersey.
The thought of being involved in a car accident can terrify you. Even if you have never been in this position in the past, you know that a serious injury and/or extensive damage is possible.
Regardless of when you find yourself behind the wheel, it's always possible that you could begin to feel tired. You hope this never happens, but don't be surprised if it does.
As a driver, you never want to lose focus on the road. You always need to pay attention to the road ahead as well as other vehicles.
As a bicyclist, you are well aware of just how difficult it can be to share the road with drivers. While most drivers are more than willing to do whatever it takes to keep cyclists safe, there are always a few who could not care less about this.
Regardless of the circumstances surrounding a car accident, there is always a chance that the occupants of the vehicles could suffer a serious injury.
Although many people find themselves taking a road trip during the summer months, some realize that it's just as fun to do so during the fall.
It's one thing to say that you will never become distracted while you are behind the wheel, but another thing entirely to ensure that this never happens. It's easy to fall into the trap of taking your eyes off the road, especially if you are stuck in traffic or on a long trip.
You don't have to be on a long trip in order to become fatigued while you are behind the wheel. This can happen to anyone at any time of the day, even during a short trip.