By | May 21st, 2020

If you’re a truck driver, you may not think that therapy can help you after a truck accident. Even though therapy has helped a lot of people deal with their anxiety, fear, anger etc., there is still a stigma attached to it. People think that you should only go in for therapy when there’s something seriously wrong with you. They still believe that going for therapy means that you’re not strong enough, smart enough or good enough to deal with everything that life throws at you. Therapy Can Help Everyone.

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By | May 21st, 2020

Many drivers who have been driving for several years were taught to hold on to the steering wheel at 10 and 2. This has changed.  The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) now recommends holding on to the wheel at 9 and 3. Steering Wheel Hand Placement Think of the steering wheel as a clock face. Proper placement of the driver’s hands on the steering wheel places them at 9 and 3 o’clock. When the steering wheel is also properly adjusted, the hands should be evenly across from the shoulders..

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By | May 21st, 2020

  5 Safety Tips to Avoid Motorcycle Accident   Motorcycle riding can be exciting and it brings a sense of freedom. Unfortunately, it is not always fun and freedom. It is dangerous and sometimes a deadly sport to play. Research by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has it that over eighty percent of the reported motorcycle accidents end up in injury and death. You may be a beginner or an expert biker but one thing is for sure, you need to practice safe riding. Below are five tips to.

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By | May 14th, 2020

Safely driving any motor vehicle requires a 360-degree view around the vehicle. This view must be available to the operator continuously while operating the vehicle. The driver does not have to be seeing everything from every direction at all times but needs to be able to check traffic, movement, or obstacles at any time the need arises. Many drivers are getting used to the advanced technologies being added to newer vehicles. Some options on the vehicles make the vehicle almost drive itself. There are cameras at multiple angles, automatic breaking.

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By | May 14th, 2020

It’s no secret that motorcyclists have the least protection on the road.   With only a helmet to cover one of the most important body parts they have, it’s really scary to think about what happens when they hit another moving vehicle. The mental stress seems enough to hit your limit, but then life has a way of stretching that limit. It’s a whole other story when you actually get into a traumatic motorcycle accident.    Oh Gosh, I’ve Been In a Motorcycle Accident! Will I Need a Lawyer?  .

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By | May 14th, 2020

When you’re in a truck accident, you may not always be conscious of what’s going on afterwards. This is because you’re suffering from what’s known as a concussion. What exactly is a concussion and what can you do about it? A concussion is a mild traumatic brain injury. It can be caused by a vehicular accident but it’s also caused by playing high impact sports such as football. It can be caused by falling down and hitting your head etc. Symptoms of Concussion Often, you may feel like you are.

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By | May 7th, 2020

Many drivers jump into their cars, start it up, and take off. Rarely do they make any change to the seat setup. An exception would be if someone else has driven their car. Seat Adjustment Considerations Should the driver’s seat be adjusted mostly for comfort or safety? The most important factor to consider when adjusting the seat is safety. Comfort is possible with the many options available. Seat Settings How far away from the steering wheel should the driver be? The National Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA) recommends that a driver.

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By | May 7th, 2020

As cars evolve and technology seems to get smarter and smarter we are faced with more distractions on the road. The more distractions that there are on the road the more accidents occur. With all these new distractions while we are driving we have slowly started to forget to keep our eyes on the road and recognize the distractions that are not directly created from newer technology. When you first started driving you probably had a steering wheel, the radio and maybe a couple of friends in the backseat. Let’s.

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By | May 7th, 2020

Can what you wear while driving cause an accident? Most people don’t get into their vehicle to travel anywhere and expect to get into an accident. Accidents are by definition unexpected occurrences. There are almost infinite reasons why people will drive a car. People have many places that they need to go. These drives can be within a mile of their home or hundreds of miles. One of many things that are different about these trips could be what the driver is wearing. Sometimes what a driver wears has no.

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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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