Now that fall is here, wet weather is right around the corner. As a result, many drivers must take extra care when driving on rain-slicked roads or they run the risk of being involved in a serious accident. While safe driving won't always prevent wrecks, it can greatly mitigate injuries and property damage that may occur. In this case, AAA offers the following wet-weather driving tips to ensure you and others remain safe.
Most people agree that driving while distracted is a highly dangerous practice. However, many of the same people who make these statements continue to partake in dangerous driving behaviors, despite their acceptance that they can lead to devastating accidents. Travelers.com looks into the science behind this disparity to determine why so many motorists put their lives and lives of others at risk when behind the wheel.
Motor vehicle collisions can be traumatic for a host of reasons. However, for some people the consequences of a crash can be especially disruptive in their lives. For example, those who lose the ability to walk as a result of a motor vehicle collision may experience a wide variety of hardships in their personal and professional lives. Hobbies that one has enjoyed for decades may need to be dropped due to immobility, and someone may no longer be able to continue working in a certain field. These are just some of the things to worry about when it comes to auto accident injuries.
Every auto accident is unique, but some can be particularly devastating. For example, a wreck which involves a vehicle that was traveling at a high rate of speed or a crash which involves multiple vehicles could be particularly disastrous. During the summer months, multi-vehicle accidents can occur for various reasons, and there are certain occasions when these collisions may be especially likely (such as the Fourth of July and during popular festivals which attract many people).
At any time of the year, drivers face many different risks while they behind the wheel. However, the likelihood of an accident may be especially high during certain occasions. For example, someone who goes on a road trip to a different part of the state they live in (or drives to another part of the country) may be particularly likely to find themselves in an auto accident. Moreover, in the event that a motor vehicle collision occurs, they may have an especially hard time dealing with the aftermath of the wreck while they are out of town. If you are planning a road trip this summer, it is very important to be aware of the hazards that you may run into and take steps to prevent an accident.
Being a good driver entails being courteous to others and always following traffic laws. One law that is often ignored is the speed limit, which many drivers disregard as they travel the roads and highways of Mississippi. While breaking the speed limit might not seem like a big deal, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration explains why it's so dangerous.
Mississippi residents who get involved in car crashes can find themselves facing a number of potential injuries. Brain injuries are often among the most common, and they can also be some of the most disruptive to your quality of living.
If you’re like most other motorists in Mississippi, you’re probably thinking about taking a road trip this summer. If so, you want to ensure that you’re responsible when on the road, which preserves the safety of yourself and others. Nationwide explains what you can do to be a safer driver.
As a Mississippi driver, no one need tell you that car accidents occur far too frequently. If you find yourself the victim of a fiery car crash, you could not only sustain catastrophic injuries, but you could also have lasting scars once the burns themselves finally heal.
If you’re the victim of a hit and run in Mississippi, the steps you take following the accident are crucial. Your actions may increase the chance that the driver is apprehended, while also ensuring that any damage to your vehicle or bodily injury is properly compensated. To help drivers make the right decision, State Farm offers the following advice.