Have you ever been passed by a truck on the highway and taken a good look at it? The mass of a tractor-trailer set, nearly 100 feet long, is quite imposing and would destroy anything it hit at high speed. A truck like that could even demolish a building, but that force is sitting right next to you on the road.
Experienced drivers often take their safety for granted. If you've never been part of an accident in the past, you assume that you'll never find yourself in this position in the future. Unfortunately, if you let your guard down, there's an increased risk of trouble.
When you get behind the wheel of your motor vehicle, it's critical that you're 100 percent alert. If you let your guard down for any reason, it increases the risk of an accident that could cause serious injury or even death.
Driving in strong winds is no easy task, as one gust can knock your vehicle off its intended path, increasing the risk of an accident.
There's nothing more frustrating as a driver than coming to a dead stop in a traffic jam. However, if you commute to and from work, you're well aware that driving in heavy city traffic is part of your day.
The more time you spend on the roads throughout the state of New Jersey, the more you'll realize that there's no avoiding construction zones.
As a New Jersey resident, you look forward to the warmer temperatures that come about during the spring season. However, you have to take the good with the bad, so it's a must that you also prepare for the many rainstorms that are sure to blow through the area.
Sometimes, it's the simplest mistakes that cause the most serious car accidents. And for that reason, it's critical that you do whatever it takes to remain mistake-free every time you get behind the wheel.
You hear it time and time again: Texting and driving is dangerous. And while you understand it to be true, it doesn't necessarily mean that every driver on the road is taking the same level of caution with the hopes of preventing an accident.
Driving in tight spaces, such as in a city setting, is much different than the open road of the highway. It calls for you to adjust your driving style, all with the idea of avoiding an accident and reaching your destination without incident.