Articles about driving
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that roughly one-third (1/3) of all motor vehicle crashes and about two-thirds (2/3) of the roughly 42,000 to 43,000 crash fatalities that occur each year is contributed to aggressive driving behavior.
If a person's blood alcohol concentration (BAC) exceeds .08% and if that person decides to drive a motor vehicle, it's probable that the driver will get arrested for Driving While Intoxicated (DWI). A BAC of .08% or more is prima facie evidence (law accepted as correct until proved otherwise) of intoxication (DWI).
A crash is a complete loss unless something is gained from it. When crashes happen usually not much is gained from an accident except for property damage, possible injury and a "huge headache". Most crashes could be prevented if drivers were more knowledgeable.
Being ready when the unthinkable happens while driving a motor vehicle can prevent devastating accidents and save lives. This article discusses some driving emergencies or "What If" situations. Failed brakes, tire blows, wipers fail, gas pedal sticks and more "What If".
Traffic Control is necessary. Understanding what signs and lines on the road stand for help you stay safe while driving to your destination. The United States follows the International System of traffic control devices to provide for safe movement of traffic.
There are many simple easy changes you can take to get more for your money. Easy to adjust money saving tips to help you stretch your dollar. Think smart and plan ahead and you will save a lot of money in the long run. Easy to follow suggestions and tips.