Winter driving has its hazards, but by knowing how to drive in the cold and snow, it's possible to avoid a serious accident. Whether you live somewhere that is normally cool in the winter or somewhere downright cold, knowing ways to prevent winter accidents is a good idea any time you want to travel.
Car accidents happen all the time, and it's fairly normal to think that you can handle the claims process on your own. The trouble begins when you start to get overwhelmed. You have a certain dollar amount you need, but the insurance company doesn't offer an amount anywhere close to it.
As someone who is on the road frequently, you may be familiar with the route from Fort Wayne, Indiana, to Toledo, Ohio. It's a commercial route, but it's the fastest way to get from point A to point B.
As temperatures drop, it's important for you to keep yourself warm when you're on your motorcycle. That is the one thing that will help you most when trying to avoid a crash.
Driving can be a very dangerous activity even for the most experienced of drivers. We can take all the safety precautions in the world when behind the wheel but there's always one thing we can never control; the actions of other drivers. You can learn to anticipate the actions of other drivers but you can't read minds. Being involved in an accident can leave you fearful of driving. Here are some tips for recovering from that fear.
When the police are on the roads and pulled over, the rule is to move over into the furthest lane possible to give them space. When drivers don't do that, they put the officer at risk and could end up causing a crash. That's what happened in this case, when a woman struck an officer who was helping someone who was stranded.
You were traveling between the border of Ohio and Michigan when a truck driver pulled into your lane. You couldn't get out of the way, and he crashed into your vehicle.
Road rash is a horrifying injury caused by the friction of a body hitting the road's surface. If your arms and legs are exposed when you're riding a bike, you probably already realize that a crash could result in road rash. When you hit the road, any sliding that takes place could tear at your skin, causing serious abrasions.
You were riding on the side of the road when it happened. A driver swerved to avoid a pothole, and he struck you from the side. Despite knowing that you were there, the driver simply didn't try to avoid you.
When you're in a car crash, a number of things happen to your body. You suffer an impact at sometimes incredible speeds, and the damage can be devastating. What really happens during a crash, though, and how could it impact your body?