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Car accidents can happen to anyone

When you use the roads each day, you hope that each driver is being as safe as possible. You should always be on the lookout for distracted or reckless drivers as well as dangerous weather conditions that make driving even more dangerous than it already is. Despite your cautiousness and the carefulness of those around you, it is still possible something catastrophic may occur: a car accident.

How does alcohol affect one's driving abilities?

Since the end of Prohibition, Hoosiers have been enjoying alcoholic beverages for a number of occasions. Many partake in drinking socially, while others do so as a way to relax. Still others suffer from a drinking problem that is pervasive in their day-to-day lives. None of these forms of alcohol consumption are illegal, but when these individuals choose to take to the road, they may break the law and cause a serious car accident that leaves unsuspecting motorists with significant harm. Unfortunately, these types of accidents occur more commonly than we like to think.

Steps to take after you are in an accident

When you are in a car accident, several traumatic things happen in a short period of time, and that can be enough to shake anyone up. That is why it is important to have a plan of action for the day when you do have to deal with one. By having a plan, you are going to be prepared to handle all the details the situation calls for, which will mean protecting your interests in the long run and helping yourself gain access to any resources you need to overcome injuries or damage to your vehicle.

Reduce driver distractions to reduce accident risk

You might know that distracted driving is among the most popular topics when it comes to automotive safety today, but it is easy to miss just how extensive the problem is. The fact is that each year sees more emphasis placed on curbing distractions while driving because they constitute such a broad range of risk factors. In fact, while texting and driving might be an instantly recognizable source of driver distraction that is likely the reason for the attention on the topic today, distracted driving has actually been a problem for generations.

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