Car Accidents

DRIVING IN THE LEFT LANE. ILLEGAL? You have seen the “Left Lane For Passing Only” signs, and you wonder about how long you can stay in the left lane. You also remember that the left lane was always the “fast” lane and the right was for...

Waze Navigation & Traffic App GOOD, BAD, HERE TO STAY? Most drivers now use a GPS system when they travel on Louisiana roads. If you have a smartphone, you probably use Google Maps or the Apple app. You may have heard about the Waze app, but why...

Seat Belts Save Lives Traffic crashes cost the nation about $230 billion each year in medical expenses, lost productivity, property damage and related costs. What is the Impact of Seat Belt Use? According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the overall seat belt use rate in...

Red Light Cameras – Good or Bad Red light cameras have never been popular in the United States. Nobody likes to get a ticket in the mail for driving through an intersection when the light was yellow. There is something about red light cameras that intuitively...

Defensive Driving Tips To Prevent Being a Car Accident Victim Every year, thousands of people lose their lives in automobile accidents and millions become permanently impaired. The alarming thing about accidents is that they are on the rise with each passing year. But as they say,...

Risks and Dangers Speeding is illegal, yet most drivers are probably guilty of driving too fast at some time or other. Going five or ten miles above the speed limit on an open road? Everyone does that, don’t they? Perhaps it is getting around slowpoke drivers...

Uber Rides Everyone has heard about Uber! The new ride service in cities all over the world is exciting and easy. You download an app, connect with a driver, and get a ride to a place you wish to go. Maybe you love it. You have used...

Distracted Driving In 2017, practically everyone has a cell phone. They make it easier for us to stay connected via phone calls, text messages and social media. They become problematic when we try to use them while driving a vehicle at 55 miles per hour. The National...

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