Many car crashes occur during the morning and evening rush hours. That's when many roads are at their busiest, with people driving to and from work.
The U.S. Supreme Court has been reluctant in recent years to hear any cases that deal with Second Amendment issues. However, for the first time in almost a decade, the court has agreed to hear one such case when the justices return in October. The case involves how much control a city can have over gun owners' rights to transport their weapons.
Late last month, the current presidential administration announced their plans to make changes to trucking safety regulations implemented by his predecessors. One of the first rules that the administration is looking to repeal is the Hours of Service Regulations.
The first moments after a car accident can often seem like a blur of activity and fast decisions. From the moment of impact until the rush of adrenaline fades, things tend to happen very quickly. You may even have to make some major decisions in the immediate aftermath of a wreck. This is why it is important to know what to do and what mistakes to avoid after a motor vehicle collision.
Your child has been driving on their own for a few months -- or maybe just a few weeks. The moment you've dreaded arrives. You find out they've been involved in a crash.
When police officers receive a call summoning them to a crime or crash scene, their adrenaline often kicks into overdrive. This is often why you see them speeding down the road with their blue lights flashing. Time is critical. Someone's life may be in danger if they don't make it their destination fast enough.