With the cold winter months firmly in the past, it's time to prepare your vehicle for the summer heat that's sure to come. By doing so, you're able to confidently maintain a high level of safety every time you get behind the wheel.
Summer is the best time of the year for a road trip. It doesn't matter if you're heading for the beach, the mountains or somewhere in between, you're sure to enjoy your travels.
When operating a motor vehicle, you must share the road with other cars, motorcyclists, bicyclists and pedestrians. Failure to do so increases the likelihood of an accident that results in injury or even death.
When driving in Montana, don't be surprised if you run into inclement weather from time to time. For example, a strong wind can quickly move into the area, making it difficult to maintain control of your vehicle.
Three vehicles crashed during a funeral procession for a young girl from Butte, Montana, and the accident sent two people to the hospital.
When driving, good reaction time is often the difference between avoiding an accident and being part of an accident.
As a parent, you're probably not looking forward to the day when your teenager is able to get behind the wheel without supervision. Conversely, this is something your child has been looking forward to for many years.
A high school student from North Dakota is dead after an accident with a man from Montana who allegedly blew through a stop sign.
You can find yourself driving in heavy traffic at any time of the day, regardless of location. This is often the result of rush hour, an accident or construction.
It is sometimes easy to note physical injuries after a car accident. Something like a laceration on your face or a broken arm is hard to overlook. It's easy to prove that you're suffering and that the accident was responsible for that suffering.