Car accidents happen very suddenly, and you may not have much time to react. However, you do not just have to rely on luck to get through. There are steps you can take to actively increase the odds that you survive the incident.
Motorcyclists already face a lot of risks. Their small vehicles are hard to see, they frequently get cut off by other drivers and they have very little protection in the event of an accident.
As you hear about motor vehicle accidents and face the risk every day on the road, do you ever wonder who is most responsible for all these tragedies and damage? The answer depends on what driver characteristic you are looking at. There is no single demographic who is worse than everyone else.
Speeding can cause car accidents, but did you know that there is an even more important factor to consider? It is speed variance, or the difference in speed between two vehicles. Some reports say that this causes more accidents than speeding itself.
You're heading down the interstate in North Carolina, on a relatively empty stretch of highway, when you see a pair of headlights coming toward you. It's a wrong-way driver. The distance is closing very quickly and you only have a split second to react. What should you do?