Many of our Maryland readers drive a Ford car, SUV, or truck. While the American automaker has seen its fortunes change over the past few years, several recent recalls has the company in the news for all the wrong reasons.
Some car accidents are the result of a negligent driver, while others occur when a vehicle is defective in some way, shape, or form.
The streets that make up the city of Baltimore, as well as surrounding areas, can be dangerous at times. This is true regardless of if you are traveling on the highway or within the city.
From one side of Maryland to the next, including big cities and small towns, car accidents happen from time to time. Some of these incidents result in no injuries and little damage; however, there are others in which those involved are taken to the hospital for treatment or even killed.
Despite the fact that most drivers understand that a vehicle accident could happen at any time, there is no way to put a complete end to this. Instead, accidents will continue to happen from one side of the country to the next on a regular basis.
Many of our Maryland readers, just the same as those in other parts of the country, are familiar with the Chrysler brand. In fact, some of these people drive one of these cars on a daily basis.
Car accidents occur throughout the state of Maryland on a daily basis. On some days, there are more accidents than others.
In today's busy world, a distracted driver or someone who is texting and driving can cause an accident in the blink of an eye. Unfortunately minor and major car accidents happen everyday, and sometimes people suffer serious injuries.
Ever since the automobile was invented, there have been calls to make cars safer. Motor vehicles today truly are technological wonders that would have been inconceivable a century ago -- but folks today still aren't immune from car accidents. Advancements in car safety features have led to seat belts, air bags and other improvements; awareness about the dangers of drinking and driving -- and laws with more teeth to punish drunk drivers -- have cut down on innocent people being injured or killed in Maryland and all over the country.
Drunk driving accidents claim thousands of lives every year. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the overall national death toll has been around 10,000 in recent years.