People often make jokes about teenagers who are learning to drive, saying the roads are less safe with a new driver behind the wheel. However, novice drivers may not be the teens you need to worry about sharing a road with you.
One motor vehicle death is entirely too many. Unfortunately in the state of Georgia, this is becoming a bigger and bigger problem with each passing year.
We have been reading about the promise of driver-less cars for years. And while we are closer than we've ever been to this type of technology, we are still quite a ways away from being able to jump in the car and nap or read our way through a road trip.
Every driver knows that there are dangers associated with driving. We know that disobeying traffic laws can be dangerous, as is driving while distracted or drunk.
There may come a time in your life when your doctor suggests physical therapy. While this may not be something that you want to do, it's important to realize that physical therapy has a positive effect on many people's health.
Spring weather can cause major headaches for motorists across Georgia. Heavy winds and rain can make drivers anxious and in a hurry to get to their destination. However, while it may be tempting to take risks to get out of the storm, doing so can only make matters worse if careless driving causes a serious accident.
When you woke up this morning, you may have still been tired and wishing you had an extra hour to sleep. Unfortunately, we lost that hour over the weekend, thanks to the start of Daylight Saving Time. So, you can blame your need for an extra cup of coffee this morning on DST.
Automakers from around the globe are competing to be the first to introduce a self-driving vehicle on U.S. roadways, but American drivers remain skeptical of cars that operate completely autonomously.
Take a moment to think about the last car crash scene you witnessed, whether you were on the scene as a victim or driving by one. Chances are that there was more than one car involved. In fact, there may well have been several cars damaged and/or disabled on the side of the road.
Did you know that rollover crashes account for approximately 30 percent of passenger fatalities in the United States each year? In fact, according to the most recent data available to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), this equates to around 32,000 deaths each year.