Let's be clear in saying that a car accident can happen at any time of the year. Furthermore, accidents can occur at any time of the day. Even so, you have to take a unique approach during the summer months.
In recent years, technology companies such as Google have invested many millions of dollars in creating and testing self-driving cars. The automotive company Tesla has also made significant investments in self-driving technology.
It is common knowledge that many truck drivers are overworked. Even if they attempt to get the proper amount of sleep, this is not always easy to do. For this reason, truck driver fatigue is a major issue.
As spring is in full bloom across Maryland and the United States, more people are taking their motorcycles out on the open road. It only makes sense that Governor Larry Hogan and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) have declared that May to be Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month.
According to Ryder, there were more than 500,000 large truck and commercial vehicle accidents last year. While some truck drivers are well trained and willing to do whatever possible to avoid an accident, others are not. Instead, they take risks on the road and often cause trouble for other drivers.
Nobody wants to be involved in a car accident. There are many reasons for this, including the fact that your vehicle can be damaged and you can be injured.
Statistics from two most recent years show no change in distracted driving deaths
In April, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released a new report on distracted driving statistics from 2014. The results were not encouraging. In 2014, ten percent of fatal crashes and 18 percent of crashes causing injuries were the result of distracted driving. These percentages are exactly the same as 2013.