A serious crash is dangerous to the people involved. On top of suffering injuries, they may need help but be unable to receive it while trapped in their vehicles. In those cases, people may develop complications or more severe injuries than if they could have received help immediately.
People often neglect to use their turn signals. Sometimes, they just forget. Other times, they ignore them on purpose because they don't see other traffic. Still other times, they know they should use them for actual turns but they don't use them for things like changing lanes.
A driver who was reportedly under the influence behind the wheel was recently involved in a car accident in California, and that crash left a woman dead.
When someone is tailgating your car, does it make you feel a bit nervous and unsettled? Not only do you want to keep going at your current speed, but you know that person is recklessly putting you in danger.
A pickup truck with three people inside crashed in California and caught on fire. The wreck happened right around 5:45 a.m. on October 21. Fortunately for all involved, a man who was nearby heard the wreck, ran to the scene, and pulled all three people out of the vehicle. They all survived.
A motorcyclist is dead after a devastating accident in Los Angeles. The crash happened in the Winnetka neighborhood on Tuesday, October 9, around 8:15 p.m.
When you are involved in a car accident, you might not suffer an injury, or you might suffer a serious injury that puts you out of work. An injury might not even present itself right away, and many people get worried about such a problem. What if you refuse medical treatment after an accident and then pain develops days later? Let's look at delayed onset of pain.
The summer is upon in Los Angeles, California, and that will lead to even more cars on the roads than the rest of the year. Between work traffic, local traffic and tourist traffic, there will be plenty of congestion and other issues to deal with on the roads of the state. Here are some common driving hazards you will encounter this summer.