So, you've been in a car accident. What do you do next?
A lot of folks make New Year's resolutions to lose weight and get in shape -- and walking is one of the cheapest, easiest ways to do both.
Winter weather and weary drivers are just part of the dangers faced by motorists in December. Because of the increased dangers, there are all sorts of tips available for drivers who are interested in staying safer during this time of year.
Car accidents happen all the time -- and people often walk away from them having no idea how badly they're really hurt because of the temporary effects of adrenaline on their system.
Whether you call it Halloween, trick-or-treat time or Beggar's Night, the annual event is one of the biggest secular holidays celebrated in the United States. It's also one of the most dangerous.
There is a freedom that comes with riding a motorcycle that is hard to describe. With this freedom, comes a certain amount of control that is necessary to stay safe while operating a bike. This control, along with a basic understanding of the common causes of motorcycle accidents, can help reduce the risk of a crash.
The majority of drivers believe that distracted driving is the largest contributor to car accidents. Over 90 percent of those surveyed recently agreed that it should be illegal. At the same time, 34 percent of drivers are confident that they can safely text while driving -- and that percentage goes up to 62 percent when considering only drivers between 18 and 34.