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4 Types of Impaired Driving That Lead to Car Crashes

Impaired driving can present in different ways. You may not think there is anything affecting your ability to drive if you haven’t taken a drink, consumed a drug, or are otherwise under the influence, but if you are feeling different in any way, then your driving will be different too, and that can lead to

Avoid a Car Accident with 10 Resolutions for Safer Driving

If you haven’t made your New Year’s resolutions for 2021 yet – or even if you have – add these safe driving habits to the list. When you have goals for self-improvement as well as goals to help others, making good habits on the road a priority is an honorable resolution anytime of year.

Protect Your Family During Thanksgiving Travel in 2020

Over 55 million people traveled away from home during the holidays in 2019. This year, AAA projects that 50 million people still expect to travel, even though the CDC has recommended against Thanksgiving travel because of COVID-19. If you must travel in 2020 to see loved ones for the holidays, you are taking more risks

Driving While High in Michigan: Marijuana and Car Accidents

Both medical and recreational marijuana are legal in Michigan. However, consuming marijuana while driving or driving while under the influence of marijuana is illegal. There are many gray areas where cannabis and driving while intoxicated are concerned that can lead to tickets, arrests, and prosecution. Should you be involved in a car accident while high,

Summer Construction Work Zones and Car Crashes

Busy highways are dangerous places. So are rural roads. It’s every driver for themselves and, unfortunately, many of your fellow motorists are driving while texting, driving aggressively, driving drunk, or simply not paying attention to the task at hand. Add to this alarming situation a construction zone and the dangers just multiplied. Car crashes in

Big Changes to Michigan’s No-Fault Auto Insurance

Starting July 1, 2020, Michigan motorists will enjoy a significant cost savings when it comes to auto insurance, especially motorists who choose to stop buying the lifetime, no-fault medical benefits that are presently mandatory. Nevertheless, every driver must be prepared to make critical decisions regarding medical coverage to adequately protect themselves and their families on

Coronavirus Doesn’t Stop Michigan Car Crashes

Do a Google search for car crashes in the Detroit area during coronavirus and plenty of results will appear. Fatal car accidents. Drunk driving car crashes. They may not seem to be directly related to COVID-19, but they could be. Let’s look at all the possible ways that this deadly virus is impacting safety on

Can Cell Phone Detection Cameras Stop Distracted Driving Car Accidents?

In December, the world’s first cell phone detection cameras were rolled out in Australia. The goal: To catch drivers using their cell phones while driving. If the same technology were in place in the United States – and, let’s face it, that probably isn’t far away – how guilty would you be of distracted driving?

Why Car Accidents Are Really Car Crashes

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) now urges people to call traffic collisions “crashes” instead of “accidents.” By definition, the word accident implies that there is nothing that can be done to prevent a car crash – as it turns out, however, there are plenty of factors that affect whether or not a car crash

7 Ways to Prevent Drugged and Drunk Driving

There were 10,511 deaths from drunk-driving crashes in 2018, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). In 2017, 29% of motor vehicle traffic fatalities were caused by drunk driving, where 220 of the victims were children age 14 and under. December is National Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month, and while knowing the

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