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What Safety Tips Should I Keep in Mind When Planning a Long Road Trip?

For many travelers, looking forward to a road trip this summer is a welcome diversion from the social distancing, quarantining, and overall stress related to the global pandemic. However, all of the anticipation and excitement can go out the window if the motorist gets into a serious car accident during the trip. Although motorists cannot… Read More


How can I Avoid a Car Wreck Over Memorial Day Weekend?

Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of the summer season, which means significantly more motorists will be hitting the road to celebrate the beginning of summer and spend time with family and friends. Unfortunately, the holiday weekend is also the beginning of the period of time known as the 100 Deadliest Days of Summer,… Read More


What Should I Know About Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month?

As the temperatures slowly start to climb with the recent arrival of spring, motorcyclists who have been itching to get out on the open road can dust off their bikes and enjoy the thrill and exhilaration that motorcyclists feel the second they hit the road. For hard-core motorcyclists, there is simply no better way to… Read More


How can I Keep My Teen Driver Safe Behind the Wheel?

Car wrecks are the leading cause of death among teens, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). In fact, in 2018, close to 2,500 teens between the ages of 13 and 19 lost their lives in motor vehicle accidents, and an additional 285,000 suffered serious personal injury that required emergency medical treatment…. Read More


Drivers Stop Capitol Beltway Traffic for Doughnuts and Tricks

Normally heavy congestion or roadwork stops drivers along the Capitol Beltway around DC. On April 3rd, an evening gathering along I-495 South halted traffic for miles, as cars were parked along the Outer Loop, allowing a couple cars to spin doughnuts and perform other tricks on the open asphalt. Traffic cams captured drivers stopped by… Read More


What Information Should I Collect After a Car Accident?

Getting into a car accident can be an extremely jarring, stressful, and overwhelming experience, particularly if the accident caused serious injuries. However, knowing what to do in the moments following an accident can make all the difference in the world when it comes to determining fault and reaching a successful outcome in a personal injury… Read More


What Do Parents Need to Know About Car Seat Safety?

Safety technology has come a long way in recent years, making motor vehicles safer than ever. Car seats, booster seats, and seat belts have also become much more effective at protecting parents’ most precious cargo. However, to keep children safe when riding in the car, it is crucial that parents use the appropriate car seat… Read More


Which Vehicles Have the Highest Safety Ratings for 2021?

Shopping for a new car can be very overwhelming considering the number of vehicles that are manufactured each year. When choosing which vehicle to buy, consumers consider a wide range of factors, from the make and model to the cost to the features that come equipped in the vehicle. For some consumers, cost is a… Read More


Does the Daylight Saving Time Change Increase the Risk of Car Accidents?

Although many parts of the country are still experiencing snow, ice, and freezing temperatures, spring officially starts on March 21, which is less than a month away. One of the first signs of spring is Daylight Saving Time, which occurs on March 14, 2021. Unfortunately, according to multiple studies, the time change is also associated… Read More


How Does Brain Injury Awareness Month Help Victims of Traumatic Brain Injury?

Brain injuries are some of the most serious and life-altering personal injuries that can cause long-term disabilities and permanent impairments. There are over five million Americans that live with the physical, mental, and emotional impacts of a traumatic brain injury (TBI). For over 30 years, the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) has been raising… Read More


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