Rear-end collisions are some of the most prevalent roadway crashes here in the U.S. You may have been in one yourself and do not want to be involved in another.
Motorcyclists typically understand that they are more prone to injury in an accident than they would be in a car or truck. As a result, many riders pay close attention to their safety while on the road.
You may have noticed that bike lanes are becoming more and more common in Seattle. These changes to the road actually have a variety of benefits to both bikers and drivers, but what are they? How should people operate on the road with these protected lanes?
Traveling by train is usually a safe experience, one that many people enjoy. However, accidents happen, and a train wreck can be a disaster for riders.
Owning a car is expensive. Aside from financing the vehicle itself, drivers also pay for maintenance, gas, insurance and the occasional repair. Because a vehicle is often the next biggest expense after housing, it makes sense that drivers don't want to spend more than necessary.
A moment's distraction can cause disaster if it happens at the wrong time - for example, while you are behind the wheel. Federal and state agencies continue to stress the importance of maintaining focus throughout every second of our drive.
When the crash happened, nobody else was around. Perhaps it was late at night or on a rural road. The other driver blames you for the accident, but you believe it may have been their poor decisions that led to the crash in the first place. What are you to do now?