By | April 30th, 2020

Making a left turn is usually of little concern to an experienced driver. Following directions at a traffic light seems easy enough. It can get complicated when there are more than a couple of lanes. Multiple Lanes, Multiple Decisions Multiple lane roads often have more than one lane assigned for left or right turns at intersections. Some multiple lane intersections will have some middle lanes share straight ahead and left or right turns so that a driver can either go straight or take a left or right turn in a.

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By | April 30th, 2020

The one thing you cannot protect yourself from is other drivers. We make split-second decisions in our vehicles every day and sometimes they result in a fender bender regardless of good habits and precaution. Here are 5 ways to protect yourself, know your rights,  and deal with a car accident. Call the police. Besides needing assistance, the police act as a bipartisan helper. They will collect the information you cannot and also help stop traffic. A police officer on the scene is a friend indeed. Never admit fault. When you.

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By | April 23rd, 2020

It’s easy to remember what to do when you’re not the one who’s caught in a motorcycle accident. But when you’re actually in the middle of one, you might forget everything that you are supposed to do. At that time, you are in a lot of pain, and you may not have the presence of mind to react correctly. So if you want to make sure that you take the right steps, it’s a good idea to remind yourself what those steps are from time to time. Are You Injured?.

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By | April 23rd, 2020

The aftermath of a crash can be even more traumatic than the process of going through a crash. In that moment when the crash occurs, you may not be aware of what’s going on. This is because a crash doesn’t take very long to happen and you are not in control of it anyway. Sure, you can take steps to prevent a crash, but there are times when it happens all the same. In cases like these, you can regain control of your life in the months following a crash..

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By | April 16th, 2020

When you’re in a car accident, adrenaline usually kicks in, and you don’t often realize that you are in pain or that you’ve been hurt. It’s only after that initial adrenaline rush wears off that you realize that you have injuries. Why Adrenaline Is a Good Thing In a way, this adrenaline rush is a good thing because it helps you to deal with things right after the accident occurs. If you were in a lot of pain, you wouldn’t be able to get yourself out of your car or.

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By | April 16th, 2020

Most people think of “car accidents” as two cars colliding. But just as frequent, and more destructive for the car, are car versus commercial vehicle—semi, ten-ton truck, even a step-up or delivery van. And unlike a simple car accident, when you or your car are hit by a commercial vehicle, who is responsible and who has to be sued becomes more complicated. Fancy Legal Terms for “It Isn’t My Fault” If you are hit by a truck, you will need a lawyer, because both the driver and the company will.

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By | April 9th, 2020

As a truck driver, you’re probably used to driving long distances in vehicles that take up a lot of space. You know how to maintain your own safety as well as the safety of the goods you’re carrying. Despite this, accidents do sometimes happen, either due to your own fault or the fault of the other person. Often, it’s just about being at the wrong place at the wrong time. Still, if you get a good lawyer, you can at least be sure that you’ll recover the money spent on.

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By | April 9th, 2020

Los Angeles can claim the worst traffic in the nation, but it’s the San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara metro area that takes the cake as the worst place to drive in all of California, according to a new study. The study – commissioned by media company 24/7 Wall St. – sought to identify the one city in each state where driving was “especially stressful, time consuming, and dangerous” based on publicly available data around traffic fatality rates, average commute times, traffic delays, and car theft rates. Unsurprisingly, cities that boast major roads and highways.

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By | April 9th, 2020

Health-conscious Californians are cycling in greater and greater numbers, but with more cyclists on the road, California’s roads are less safe now than they’ve been in 25 years, according to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.  From 2016 to 2018, more cyclists died in traffic accidents across California than during any other three-year period going back to 1994. 455 cyclists were killed in California between 2016 and 2018, or about 3.9 bike accident fatalities per million people. For the US as a whole, those figures are 2,516 crash.

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By | April 8th, 2020

Motorcycle windshields are great equipment additions for motorcycles. Many motorcycles come with a windshield as a standard piece of equipment. They are in high demand for riding comfort and for safety. Motorcycle windshields are made of either acrylic or polycarbonate, both of which are impact resistant. These materials are not impact proof but will not fracture into smaller pieces when struck. Anything that can improve the safety of a motorcycle is an improvement. One of the worst enemies of a motorcyclist is distraction. There are many “distractions” that windshields minimize.

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