In our last post, we told you about the recent study that revealed that a declining number of people are dying in drunk driving crashes in areas — like San Diego — that have Uber and other ride-sharing services available.
Typically, when a new study is released about drunk driving in the United States, the data is mostly negative. Recently, a new study has revealed some positive findings when it comes to drunk driving rates in San Diego and across California.
Watching your teen get behind the wheel and drive off on their own for the first time can be a scary moment for any parent. According to a recent study, however, there are steps you can take to help make sure your child is prepared for the new responsibilities of driving a car.
Being in a car crash is scary at any age and often leads to injuries for the people involved. According to a recent study, however, the long-term consequences of those injuries are different depending on the age of the person involved in the crash.
As the child of an older motorist or as a senior citizen yourself, you may have wondered how long you or your loved one will be able to continue driving safely.
Most people have probably had one of these nights. You’re lying in bed, tossing and turning. You can’t get to sleep. You’re thinking about everything you need to do the next day or running through all the things you didn’t get done that day. You’re exhausted, but your mind is running. Then, you remember the sleep aid medication your doctor prescribed. You pop a pill and drift off to sleep.
Have you ever gone to work and realized you left your cellphone charging on your bedside table? Were you tempted to return home to get it? If you are like many Americans, you probably felt uneasy throughout the day, like you were disconnected from the world.
In the fall of 2014, a 23-year-old was driving her car when her cellphone rang. The same scenario likely took place across the United States, with millions of people answering the call without consequence. In this particular instance, however, the young woman who answered the call failed to notice a bicyclist traveling on the side of the road.
If you’ve ever ridden on a motorcycle, you probably understand the appeal. The wind in your face, traveling down an open road can erase all worries from your mind. Unfortunately, when other motorists are not paying attention and they fail to notice a motorcyclist, disaster can strike.
A wrongful death suit against a truck driver and his employer says the driver failed to brake in heavy traffic, despite having a device in his vehicle that warns when a collision is imminent.