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Teen drivers present more of a danger on Georgia roads

It takes time and practice for people in Georgia to improve their ability to perform certain tasks. Most people are not just able to pick something up for the first time and master it. This is true for driving just like any other tasks. There are many things that can arise on the roads and it takes time to know how to handle them. Add this fact to the fact that teenagers are generally more easily distracted and it is not a surprise that teen drivers are much more likely to cause car wrecks.

Texting and driving laws in Tennessee

Most people in Tennessee probably have a smart phone at this time. They can allow people to be much more productive by having the ability to communicate in a variety of ways as well as view important documents needed for work. Due to this, many people also feel the need to stay connected at all times and communicate with others at all times. One popular way of doing this is by texting.

Man causes four-car fatal crash

There are many good drivers on the road in Georgia. These drivers obey the traffic control signals, try not to speed, signal their turns and drive defensively. However, there are many other who do not or do not always pay attention to what they are doing while driving. Distracted driving can be very dangerous and it puts those drivers who drive safely at risk. Even if one is doing everything they are supposed to, they may end up in a car wreck because others hit them.

What can be done after an accident with an uninsured driver

There have been major advances made in the technology of driverless cars, but for the time being humans still drive cars in Georgia. Since humans are imperfect and make mistakes there are many car wrecks on the roads each day. Vehicles are damaged and people are injured in these accidents and they can be very costly to the victims. That is why the law requires drivers to have car insurance. It is important that the victims of the accidents are compensated for their damages.

Distracted driving nearly an epidemic in United States

Throughout the United States, including the Atlanta, Georgia area, authorities are noticing more and more car accidents as a result of distracted driving. Although distracted driving can take many forms, many believe the increase and popularity of both smartphones and social media such as Snapchat, Facebook and Instagram could be to blame for much of the increase. Statistics provided by the United States Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Authority are particularly disturbing.

What to do if you've been injured by a drunk driver

During holidays in the United States, it is not uncommon for Americans to celebrate with family and friends. The Fourth of July is a popular holiday for many who like to enjoy their time going to a baseball game with friends, hitting the pub for a couple drinks or hanging out at a backyard barbeque. During these times, especially in the hot summer sun, it is not uncommon for people to have a few drinks too many. Unfortunately, too many then decide to get behind the wheel and attempt to drive home. This can lead to serious or even deadly results.

Atlanta-area car wreck kills one, injures many

No matter where in the Atlanta area you drive, whether on small surface streets or divided Interstate highways, the danger of a car accident always looms. While defensive driving tactics and using caution behind the wheel may increase your chances of arriving safely at your destination, there are times when accidents are unavoidable. Unfortunately, sometimes those crashes cause terrible injuries and fatalities.

Bus accident in Fulton County kills two teens

When parents send their children on the school bus each morning, they assume they will be safely transported to school and back home at the end of the day. Most of the time this is the case for Atlanta kids, but occasionally a serious bus accident occurs. A car wreck can lead to unexpected injuries and heartache for families.

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