A parent's number one priority is often their children's safety. This is especially true when they get behind the wheel, with their children in the back seat.
The U.S. population over 60 is only growing. With longer life expectancies and lower birth rates, older age groups will soon make up most of the total population. The population over 65 has increased by 33% in just the last ten years, according to the Administration for Community Living.
Every Maryland driver must complete a driver's education course and behind-the-wheel training before they can earn their driver's license. These requirements aim to help prepare drivers and increase safety on our roads.
Suffering an injury in a car crash can be life-changing and incredibly distressing. Most people want to focus on their recovery; however, insurance is inherently involved in accidents.
People speed for many reasons, whether they are late for work or simply moving with the traffic, even if they are responsible drivers.
An accident can happen in mere seconds. In that short time, individuals can be left with devastating and catastrophic injuries.
During the holidays, police reports and news anchors alike warn drivers to be careful, since the number of car accidents increases significantly around that time of year. It is true that in the period between Thanksgiving and New Year’s, both the rates of drunk driving and car accidents overall spike substantially.
Sharing the road with large trucks is a fact of life for any driver on Maryland roads. Even though there is no way to avoid sharing the road with these large vehicles, it can still be nerve-wracking - and dangerous - to drive with them.
It is no secret that distracted driving is a dangerous epidemic. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), distracted driving results in an average of 1,000 injuries each day across the country.
Every driver knows that the weather can play a huge role in their safety when they are out on the road. It is one of the primary factors that can affect the severity of car crashes, along with drunk driving, speeding and not wearing a seat belt.