How can Inexperienced Teen Drivers Stay Safe Behind the Wheel?

If someone has a teenager who is learning how to drive, it is natural to have mixed feelings about it. On one hand, the parent will no longer need to shuttle their teenager to and from soccer practice, music lessons, dentist appointments, or to meet up with friends at the mall. However, this creates a » Read More


Is the COVID-19 Pandemic Causing an Increase in Reckless Driving?

Due to the current pandemic, there has not been much traffic on the roads. This means fewer traffic delays and the frustrations that go along with it. Unfortunately, according to the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), the sparse traffic associated with the pandemic has caused an alarming spike in reckless driving behavior, including speeding, hard » Read More


Why are Pedestrian Fatalities Increasing?

Today’s motor vehicles are safer than ever thanks to advanced safety technology, such as blind-spot detection, lane-departure warning, and emergency brake assist. However, despite the improvements to vehicle safety, in 2019, the number of pedestrian fatalities was the highest it had been in over 30 years. Not since 1988 has there been more pedestrians killed » Read More


Young People More Likely to Cause Drowsy Driving Car Accidents

Drowsy driving can be just as dangerous as drunk driving, yet most motorists can probably remember a time when they drove home late at night, or after a long shift at work, and began to feel the physical and mental effects of being tired. From the heavy eyelids and slower reaction time to the decreased » Read More


Tips for First Time Drivers

Whether you are a teenager getting your first driver’s license, or a well-established adult getting behind the wheel for the first time, attention to safety is essential to enjoying the experience. Driving is a privilege that offers independence and freedom, but it comes with a huge responsibility. Knowing the rules of the road and being » Read More


Why Drowsy Driving Cases are Difficult to Prove  

Drowsy driving is one of the more common causes of car accidents in this country. According to the American Sleep Foundation, approximately 50 percent of drivers in the United States admit that they drive while feeling drowsy, and 20 percent admitted to actually falling asleep behind the wheel at some point within the past year. » Read More


Toast to Safety This New Year’s Eve

New Year’s Eve is one of the most highly anticipated holidays for millions of people around the world who look forward to ringing in the new year with family and friends. Whether watching the ball drop in Times Square, attending a casual house party, or heading to a local bar, most of these events involve » Read More


Vehicle Fatalities Reach Over 40,000 for Second Year in a Row

With all of the advanced safety technology available in today’s motor vehicles, you would expect vehicle fatalities to be at an all-time low. However, according to estimates from the National Safety Council (NSC), car accidents claimed the lives of more than 40,000 motorists in 2016 and 2017. This marks the highest number of fatalities in » Read More