Category: Traffic Accident Articles

summer road trips

What better time than summer to go on a road trip with friends or family? When planning a road trip this summer, be sure to take precautions. We’ve prepared some tips and tricks for safety and preparedness for your upcoming excursions this summer. Summer Road Trip Checklist First Aid Kit….

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It is crucial for all drivers to understand the rules of the road, which exist to keep drivers, passengers and pedestrians safe from harm. One common source of confusion concerns the right-of-way, which often becomes a point of contention after a collision. Who had the right-of-way? Who violated the right-of-way?…

traffic

Vehicle blind spots are safety hazards that can lead to serious car accidents. It is vital to be aware of these areas on your own vehicle as well as other motorists’ blind spots. This is especially true when it comes to large commercial vehicles that may have large “no-zones” in…

Intersection Accidents in Dallas

The Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex covers a large geographic area in which numerous cities are interconnected through a regional expressway and freeway system. Many people use personal vehicles, public transportation, and ridesharing services to get to and from destinations in the DFW area. Car accidents are tragically common. Crashes in the…

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Whether you are staying nearby or planning on driving to another state, it is common for families all over Texas to hit the road to visit friends and family during the holiday season. All travelers should take specific steps not only to protect their belongings while they are away but…

car technology safety

Technology touches nearly every aspect of our lives, including our driving. In some ways, it makes driving more dangerous. For instance, when people drive while distracted by cell phones or other electronic devices, they can easily cause crashes. Fortunately, technology today can also help to prevent car accidents. The National…

smart car technology

A recent survey by AAA reveals that about three-quarters of Americans still fear driverless vehicle technology. The survey shows that people have many different reasons for their concerns. However, in general, safety served as the primary concern for about 84 percent of the people that AAA surveyed. These survey results should…