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Does Driving at Night Increase the Likelihood of a Car Accident?

Driving at night is more dangerous for many reasons, and it increases your chances of getting into a car accident. Data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) shows that although there is less traffic on the roads during nighttime hours, almost half of car accident fatalities in the U.S. occur at night. Having a fatal crash at night is three times greater than during daylight hours. The most significant factor in nighttime accidents is reduced visibility. Even when[…] Read More

What Are Driving Safety Tips on St. Patrick’s Day?

Each March 17, millions of people around the nation celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Often, their get-togethers include drinking alcoholic beverages such as green beer and specialty cocktails. This puts partygoers at higher risk of getting caught drinking while intoxicated (DWI) or of causing an avoidable car accident.   To protect yourself and those around you this St. Patrick’s Day, keep the following safe driving suggestions in mind.   Avoid Driving if You Have Been Drinking   Perhaps the best way[…] Read More

What are Labor Day Safety Tips?

As summer wanes, people want to make the most of the time they have left of the season. This Labor Day weekend, plenty of Americans will spend time with family and friends or making good on the outdoor projects they meant to do all summer. With so much activity likely, this holiday weekend will probably see its fair share of accidents and personal injury. The steps below can make sure the weekend is accident-free, allowing everyone to stay safe and[…] Read More