As we head in to fall and we have fewer hours of daylight, you may find yourself driving into the sunrise and/or sunset for the first time in a while. The glare can be blinding. If you're already dealing with the aftermath of a car crash, suddenly not being able to see in front of you can be especially frightening. It's also frightening to realize that other drivers around you are being blinded as well.
Over the years, fatal car accidents have certainly declined on the whole. Since peaking in the 1970s, the most dangerous time to be on the road, things have gotten better.
The internet itself is just a system of computers that all connect to one another. A far-fetched idea when it began, it's now something that we use every day. If you're reading this, you're using it right now. Most people don't think twice about the whole thing, these days.
Drivers on two-way roads are sometimes allowed to enter the oncoming lanes. This happens when they are in a passing zone with a dashed yellow line. If they have room to pass safely and without breaking the speed limit, they can cross that line.
A woman is dead after a car accident, and the man who was driving the car is now facing serious charges relating to her death.
A serious car accident happened recently in New Mexico. In it, a teen girl who was a promising high school sports star lost her life. Friends and family members have mourned by setting up a memorial at the crash site.
A woman from El Paso recently passed away after getting involved in a car accident in Santa Teresa, New Mexico.
People drink coffee in the car all of the time. For many workers during that early morning commute, it is just a staple of their everyday routine. Others buy it late at night when they need to keep driving but they know they're getting tired. Even just getting a cup of gas station coffee, though it may not be delicious, helps them keep going.
You get involved in a hit and run. As the other driver starts to take off, you can hardly believe what you're seeing. Your first instinct is to chase them down to make sure they are held accountable. You're already considering potential costs: Damage to your car, hospital bills, doctor's bills, lost wages, etc. Should you chase them?
Backup cameras, once a new tech feature you had to pay extra for, are now standard equipment on new cars. Many drivers love them for the way that they make it easier to parallel park and help them back into or out of their driveways. It gives them a sense of confidence and means that they can still look forward while backing up, maintaining their most common driving posture, rather than twisting around to peer out the back window.