A lot of accidents on the road are caused by road rage. Most drivers nowadays are in a slight state of panic while they’re driving. Traffic situations are so bad and so many people are breaking the rules that it’s easy to get angry at someone else when things go wrong. Your heartbeat is already fast and your blood pressure is already high while navigating the streets. So the smallest thing can send you over the edge. And this can lead into carelessness and crashes. So what can you do.
A lot of motorcycle riders feel like they are above the rules. They wind through traffic to get ahead of everyone else. They run through traffic signals. They may have more than two riders on one motorbike. They might even go the wrong way, riding their motorcycle into oncoming traffic. Sometimes, they even ride on pavements! And this is apart from the fact that they may not use helmets or other protective gear, which is against the law. Speeding is yet another problem in the motorcycle-riding community. Convenience vs. Flouting.
Driving is a dangerous activity that demands your full focus. But this is hard to do for experienced motorists because for them, driving doesn’t seem to require much effort. However, if something unexpected happens, you’ll have to quickly react to avoid a crash. This won’t happen if your attention isn’t on the road. According to NHTSA, distracted driving claims thousands of lives each year. To avoid becoming a statistic yourself, follow these three tips for staying focused: Stay off the Phone Too many people regard driving as underutilized time. Arriving.
It’s not uncommon for first-time owners of all-wheel drive cars to get into a car accident because they became overconfident in the capabilities of their vehicles. What happens is they get enthralled by the excellent traction when driving out of deep snow and the good acceleration all-wheel drive gives them in slippery road conditions. Acceleration is good until you have to brake or swerve, at which point, all-wheel drive does nothing to help you. The Limitations of All-Wheel Drive All-wheel drive provides engine torque to all four wheels of your.
The aging process spares no part of the body, including the eyes. Drivers who are middle aged and older will find their night driving vision isn’t what it used to be. Glare becomes more of a problem and reading signs becomes more difficult. If this is affecting your ability to drive at night, don’t ignore it because the problem increases your risk of a car accident. However, there are things you can do to improve your night vision: See an Eye Doctor Your vision problems could merely be a case.
The motorcyclist’s choice of a helmet can mean the difference between surviving an accident or dying. Overlooked details or stylistic choices can contribute to an unsafe decision. Just because a helmet is up for sale doesn’t mean it’s safe, or that it’s safe for you in particular. Here are five tips to follow when getting a helmet: Get a full face helmet. Almost half of all motorcycle injuries involve the face. Horrific and fatal injuries do occur to the face, chin, and jaw. Surviving a serious facial injury also means.
Highway hypnosis is a half-conscious state in which the non-thinking part of the mind is aware of the road while the thinking part is largely switched off. This is different from distracted driving where the thinking mind is still active but is engaged in a non-driving activity, such as conversing on a cell phone. Unlike the distracted driver, the person who has slipped into highway hypnosis can’t consciously shift his attention back to the road. He remains in that state until he gets into a car crash, or some disturbance.
Defensive driving requires that you anticipate the possible moves of the traffic around you. Anticipating the actions of other motorists is doable because you’re a motorist yourself. However, doing the same for semi-trucks is more difficult because their handling and maneuvering capabilities are radically different from any vehicle you are used to driving. It’s especially important to watch for dangerous maneuvers that some less-than-professional truck drivers might try. Here are three such maneuvers to watch for: Quick Lane Switching A semi-truck has big blind spots on its left and right.
Throughout each family case there are several tax implications that come to pass. Below is a brief outline of the most common tax implications: Property Transfers: Per the Internal Revenue Code section 1041, transfers of property between former spouses as an incident of divorce is tax free. No gain or loss is recognized on such transfers. Incident to a divorce means the transfer occurs within one year of the marriage ceasing and is related to the cessation of the marriage (such as through a Judgment or Marital Settlement Agreement). Except.
The neck is a complex part of the human anatomy. In addition to supporting the head, it serves as a conduit of blood flow and nerve impulses between the brain and the rest of the body. In spite of this essential function, it’s highly vulnerable to injury, particularly the carotid and vertebral arteries. The carotid artery is close to the surface of the neck and can be injured by blunt trauma. Both the carotid and vertebral arteries can be injured by rapid or violent motions of the neck or when.