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?
Drunk driving is always dangerous and illegal. At any age. In any setting. No one should ever get behind the wheel while intoxicated.
A terrible accident recently occurred in North Carolina when an SUV slammed into a pedestrian and then continued on and ran into a local Waffle House.
A mother in North Carolina was driving her SUV with her four children in the back. The oldest was a 6-year-old girl, and all of the kids were in car seats.
Another vehicle hits you at an intersection. After a moment of shock, you get out of your car to talk to the other driver, who's in a pickup truck.
A driver who was allegedly speeding caused a deadly accident in North Carolina.
Do you feel like you can't turn on the news without seeing stories about car accidents, often leading to serious injuries and death? Do you feel like you see car accidents every time you drive around town, even if they're minor?
Aggressive drivers are everywhere. In the best cases, they take dangerous risks and they always seem like they're on the very edge of control. In the worst cases, it escalates to road rage and accidents happen.
A woman and her young son were both killed in a car accident in North Carolina. According to the North Carolina Highway Patrol, a dump truck crossed over the center line and slammed into their car.