You have probably heard of the circadian rhythm but have not given it much thought. However, this wake-sleep cycle affects everyone, including the drivers of massive 18-wheelers.
The holiday season is not always a joyful time of year. Because of drunk drivers, it can be deadly. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, there are hundreds of drunk driving accidents during the holidays every year. It is absolutely crucial to educate yourself and be careful during the holidays because of the severity of alcohol-related car crashes.
Owning a car and having insurance go hand in hand for most drivers. After all, it is illegal to drive a car without insurance. However, in the state of California one out of seven drivers is either not insured or underinsured. There are many reasons why drivers may choose not to buy car insurance, with cost being one of the most significant, but this complicates the situation if an uninsured or underinsured driver causes a car accident
If you are the victim in an accident with a negligent driver, one of the most crucial things to keep in mind is that time is of the essence. You need to act fast.
It seems as if sleep-deprivation is an American way of life. Between managing career and family responsibilities, you probably do not get as much sleep as you should. It is important to understand that addressing sleep deprivation is not as simple as grabbing a cup of coffee or two before heading to work. The safety of you and other Californians may be at stake when people drive on too little sleep.
If you were injured in a car accident that wasn't your fault, you are likely facing a variety of legal and medical challenges.
Distracted driving is a huge problem in today's world, and far too often, driver distraction leads to serious injuries on California roads. A combination of driver education, increased law enforcement and recognition of individual responsibilities is needed to combat this growing problem.
For people across the U.S., the holiday season means not only spending time with family and friends -- but also lots of traveling.
Despite widespread education and law enforcement efforts, distracted driving has been on the rise in California in recent years.