The police in New Jersey are reaching out to parents after they say that teenagers caused avoidable car accidents by taking risky, dangerous actions behind the wheel. They said that the teens, who lacked much experience as drivers, were being careless and driving too quickly.
A recent car accident in New Jersey left two cars burned to the pavement, with bystanders and news reports calling one man a hero for his quick actions that saved lives.
Do you ever get bored while you drive? Maybe it's because you have to drive the same route to work and back every single day.
Do you drive a subcompact car, or are you thinking about buying one? Maybe you want to do your part for the environment. Maybe you want a car that is easier to park downtown. Maybe you're looking to cut back on your monthly gasoline costs.
A man from Cinnaminson, who was 80 years old, was driving a car with a 90-year-old woman riding along as a passenger. She was from Cherry Hill. Tragically, the pair were involved in a car accident, and the elderly woman passed away.
People often suffer from what experts call optimism bias. This does not necessarily mean that they are optimistic people by nature. They could struggle with clinical depression and other such issues and still have optimism bias play a large role in their lives.
You hear people talk about how inexperienced drivers are dangerous. They mention that teens pose a serious risk on the road. They act like young drivers put everyone at risk.
A student from New Jersey died in a truck accident back in 2018, and the truck driver involved in the crash has just admitted to causing it. This could mean that he will spend a long time behind bars, as it does not appear that a plea deal is on the table.
If you suffer a serious head injury in a car accident, a fall from a ladder or some similar event, it can have a drastic impact on the rest of your life. Brain injuries are different for everyone, but one side effect that can change everything is when it alters your memories.
Having a tailgater right behind you on the highway makes you feel nervous, and it should. It's very dangerous. It's also something that many drivers do accidentally because they have no idea how long they actually need to stop in an emergency.