The changes to federal tax laws have created confusion, protest and celebration. More drunk driving car accidents may be another unexpected result.
Distracted driving activities, such as texting and driving, have led to an increase in car accidents across the country. Remarkably, GM has developed technology that will allow drivers to shop while they drive.
The holiday shopping season increases the underestimated danger that parking lots hold for pedestrians. Each year, parking lots and structures are the scene of over 50,000 car accidents. These cause at least 500 fatalities and over 60,000 injuries in this country annually.
Everyone seems to take a selfie at most every occasion. There are apparently no limits to this trend because drivers are taking their eyes off the road for selfies and increasing the risks of car accidents.
Smartphone technology is very distracting for motorists. Researchers, however, argue that the relationship between smartphones and car accidents was underreported.
Motorists in Indiana and across the country have anticipated the availability of automated vehicles. However, the National Transportation Safety Board has urged caution over the introduction of driverless and automated vehicles and their possible role in car accidents.
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.
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.