When you get into your car in the morning, getting to work is probably the main thing on your mind. Driving is such a common conveyance, we don’t give much thought to what’s actually involved—and the risks we take every day by getting behind the wheel. We often see catastrophic accidents on the freeway, but we rarely register these images as a real possibility in our own lives.
Fourth of July parties can be the occasion for all kinds of accidents. California residents will want to know what the most common ones are so that they can take steps to prevent them. For example, thoroughly cooking meat will reduce the risk for food poisoning, while monitoring children and giving inexperienced swimmers a life jacket will prevent tragedies. By keeping alcohol consumption down, partygoers can avoid alcohol poisoning.
Motorists in California may be interested to know that the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance will hold its yearly Brake Safety Week beginning on September 16, 2018. During the event, truck inspectors will increase their enforcement efforts.
A 30-year-old California man is facing murder charges after he allegedly smashed his car into another vehicle on purpose, leading to a multi-vehicle crash. The incident took place in Fillmore on May 31.
A lot of California drivers get nervous when they share the road with large trucks, and the latest federal statistics are unlikely to ease their concerns. According to a new report by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, fatal large truck crashes in 2016 increased 3 percent over 2015.
A spinal cord injury has the potential to change your life forever, which is why immediate treatment is more important than anything else.