The winters in New Jersey can be downright brutal. There's snow, sleet, ice, rain, wind, flooding and plenty of other problems. Don't let winter sneak up on you or your family members, especially if you do a lot of driving to and from work or school. Make sure you prepare your vehicle for a New Jersey winter by following the tips outlined in today's post.
As a driver, you have the goal of never being part of an accident. You know that this can result in serious injury, not to mention severe damage to your vehicle.
Even if you understand that driving under the influence of alcohol is a horrible mistake, it doesn't mean that other drivers take the same stance. Instead, despite the laws in place, they continue to drink and drive.
In today's world, the majority of people own a cellphone. While there are many benefits of this technology, including the ability to stay in touch with others at all times, there are also a variety of risks.
It is a tragedy any time a child is involved in a car crash, and it's particularly devastating when the accident could have been prevented with better judgment. In a recent news report out of New Jersey, a child was killed when hit by a driver.
It goes without saying that commercial truck drivers never set out to be part of an accident. Even so, these types of accidents continue to happen from one side of the country to the next.
When many people think of distracted driving, the only thing that comes to mind is texting or talking on a cellphone.
With the summer weather in full swing, you may be looking forward to a road trip to your favorite vacation destination.
There is nothing worse than being part of a car accident, as you know that this can cause injury as well as damage to your vehicle.
Every time you get behind the wheel of your car, you realize that you could be involved in an accident. If this happens, you need to check yourself for injuries and call for help, as to ensure that you receive immediate medical attention.