A Discussion About Drugged Driving

It is hard to say which is the lesser of two evils: drunk driving or drugged driving. Compared to the 1970s, the number of drunk drivers has decreased by 80 percent, due to the country’s crackdown on drunk drivers. This is according to studies taken by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), specifically their National Roadside Survey. Another study by NHTSA revealed that over 29 million people reported that they had driven under the influence of alcohol, and 10[…] Read More

Thanksgiving Driving Safety

Thanksgiving is quickly approaching, which means that millions of cars and families will be on the road. It is estimated that over 42 million Americans will be traveling at least 50 miles this Thanksgiving holiday, with over 39 million people traveling by car; that is 11 percent more than last year. If you or someone you know will be traveling this Thanksgiving, there are some safety measures you should take. Tips to Stay Safe this Thanksgiving Make sure your vehicle[…] Read More

Tailgating and Car Accidents

Few experiences are as unnerving as having a vehicle drive too closely behind you. Yet, plenty of motorists who decry tailgaters inevitably tailgate themselves. Having too little distance between cars makes it difficult to stop in time and can lead to serious car accidents. Types of Accidents Commonly Associated with Tailgating Two specific types of accidents are often associated with tailgating. The first is the rear-end collision. Obviously, if a motorist is practically on the back bumper of the car[…] Read More