The fall season is finally upon us in North Carolina. Leaves are changing colors, the air is becoming crisper and the deer are out in force. That means accidents will be on the rise. The fall season is rough for drivers for quite a few reasons. We will discuss some important fall driving safety tips in today's post.
A hit-and-run accident on Saturday night in Concord, North Carolina took the lives of two teenagers. The accident occurred on a popular road in the town approaching the intersection of Concord Parkway and Liske Avenue. The crash happened around 10:15pm. It took the lives of two teens who attend Concord High School.
Being the victim of a car accident, no matter how minor, is an unpleasant situation. You will face questions from the police, insurance agents and possibly even investigators. Even though you are the victim, you will likely feel like the perpetrator of the accident. So, what are some things you should never say after a car accident?
Getting behind the wheel of a motor vehicle is a privilege, not a right. That means that a driver's license can be taken away at the discretion of the government if laws are broken repeatedly. It also means that certain groups of people cannot even be issued licenses based on their past. One issue that causes a lot of tragedy is that of reckless driving.
One of the biggest problems facing drivers these days is that of distracted driving. Even though drivers have been driving distracted for decades, it has only gotten worse with the introduction of mobile phones and then smartphones. Here are some of the most dangerous distracted driving habits aside from using a phone while driving.
One person was injured in a car accident involving an empty school bus late in the month of August. The accident occurred on Aug. 30 in Huntersville, North Carolina. The car wound up underneath the rear of the school bus, which did not have any students on it at the time of the accident.
Car accidents occur all too often on the roads of Wilson, North Carolina. Some of them are so severe that law enforcement agencies must perform motor vehicle crash reconstruction in order to determine who was at fault. For the most part, the reconstruction process is used in accidents that resulted in fatalities, or those that might result in fatalities at a later date.
It's understandable that you might get anxious when driving on the roads of North Carolina. Let's be honest here; the traffic can be downright unbearable. With so many accidents being reported on the news each night, it can be a little daunting to hit the road every morning. Here are some tips for safe driving near large trucks.
You've likely seen Smart Cars zipping around city streets. They're tiny little vehicles, just barely big enough for two people. They run about five feet from one side to the other and eight feet from bumper to bumper.
North Carolina has quite a few congested roads. With so many vacation destinations, visitors from all over the country come to the state for its beaches, state parks and much more. So, how can you become a better defensive driver in Wilson?