The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said that drunk driving crashes led to 11,000 fatalities and over 200,000 injury cases in 2017. About 29% of all roadway fatalities in California and across the U.S. are due to drunk driving. At a congressional hearing, the president of Mothers Against Drunk Driving called for automakers to use more of the available technologies to stop this epidemic.
There has been an ongoing discussion in our country about whether drivers should avoid making left-hand turns. Most motorists view his kind of effort as largely problematic and time-consuming.
Truck accidents in California and across the U.S. have been on the rise in recent years. One of the reasons for this could be drug use, according to a new study.
When the weather warms up, it often means you spend more time outdoors. Perhaps you walk the dog around the neighborhood more, go on hikes or jog. No matter how you enjoy the summer, it is necessary to remember the risks of being a pedestrian.
Car accidents that take place on California highways may result in police reports, insurance claims and a lengthy investigation. While resolving a car accident case may seem complicated, it could pale in comparison to what it takes to resolve a truck accident case. This is because truck accidents tend to cause more damage than car wrecks do. Furthermore, there is a higher likelihood that one or more people are hurt or killed in such collisions.