April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month

By now we all know that distracted driving is possibly the biggest hazard we face on the roads today. What many people aren’t thinking about is the danger they place themselves in with distracted walking. We’ve all seen the zombie pedestrians, eyes glued to their phones as they wander straight into traffic without ever noticing. […]

How Your Smartphone Can Help You After an Auto Accident

When it comes to car accidents, your smartphone isn’t something you would typically think of to help you. If anything, it has been said over and over again that cell phones largely contribute to distracted driving and accidents. According the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration, approximately 660,000 drivers across the nation are using their […]

Poor Visibility and Auto Accidents

Poor visibility can occur under a number of conditions. It is a common factor in inclement weather and often found in combination with treacherous road conditions, making for an extremely dangerous situation. But poor visibility is not always accompanied by hazardous weather, and can be the result of harsh natural or manmade lighting conditions. Although […]

Spring Break? More Like Spring Broke

Most college and high school students look forward to spring break as a high point of the year. A roaring week of freedom and good times to break up the monotony as the school year draws to a close. The counterpoint to a family-centered winter break. But for far too many, spring break ends in […]

The Most Dangerous Thing You Do Daily

The most dangerous thing you do daily is get into a vehicle. Car accidents are a leading cause of death in the U.S., and the leading cause of death for teenagers in America. 32,675 people died in motor vehicle crashes in 2014, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), and it is estimated […]

Top 5 Car Accident Resources

Learn about car accidents, how to avoid them and what to do if you have been injured in one, by checking out our top 5 car accident resources. 1. Free Car Safety eBook Avoiding an accident is definitely the priority. That involves: Avoiding all types of impaired driving, including distracted driving Learning how to deal […]

What You Should Know About Rear-End Collisions

Rear-end collisions account for approximately 40% of all auto accidents in the United States each year, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. A rear-end collision can happen at any time and can result in serious injuries. Common Causes of Rear-End Collisions Though not an all-encompassing list, the following are the most common causes […]

3 Common Causes of Car Crashes – Are You at Risk?

Even the most careful drivers make mistakes. Some dangerous behaviors are obvious, but sometimes we do very dangerous things in the course of normal driving without even being aware of it. For instance, you know better than to drink and drive, and that certain types of prescription medications cause impairment, but you may not realize […]

Tailgating Vs. Tailgating

Everything you ever wanted to know about tailgating but were too afraid to ask. Warning: The information contained in this infographic is both informational and graphical in nature. That is why it is called an infographic. They could have also tried “graphrmational” but that sounds funny and there are four consonants in a row, which […]