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Teenage car accidents -- nighttime driving increases risks

It is a well-known fact that, once the sun sets and the night sets in, visibility decreases. The decrease in visibility makes it hard to have a clear picture of one's surroundings, but it is also more difficult for one to be seen. Nightfall is also the time of day when there is an increase in car accidents.

End of daylight saving time increases risks of car accidents

It is once again the time to set the clocks back one hour as we head into winter. California motorists may wonder why they feel a bit sluggish for a few days after the change, but studies have shown that the biological clock of the body is thrown off by the earlier onset of darkness and the changed waking times. Furthermore, the National Road Safety Foundation says more car accidents happen in the days after the end of daylight saving time.

Tragedy of teenage car accidents once more evident

Teenagers are just starting out life and have so much to live for. This is why it seems so much more tragic when teenage lives are disrupted, and maybe forever changed, due to car accidents. A recent car crash during the early hours of a Friday in October once again highlights the tragedy of it all.

Distracted driving leads to car accidents

Driving is an action that requires concentration, and becoming distracted while driving can be very dangerous. Anything that takes a driver's attention away from the activity at hand, namely driving, can be considered a distraction. When a driver becomes distracted, the possibility of car accidents increases.

Baby dies in tragic California car accident

A Californian family has to come to terms with the death of a seven-month-old baby after she was killed in a crash on a recent Thursday in August. The car accident happened shortly after 8:00 p.m. in the evening. Several other children were also critically injured in the accident, which involved three cars.

Car accidents: Collision at intersection claims life

A collision can take place in the blink of an eye and under a variety of circumstances. However, some scenarios are more common than others, as many car accidents occur at intersections when one party fails to adhere to a traffic light or stop sign. A recent crash that took place under similar conditions in California has reportedly claimed the life of a 77-year-old woman.

Car accidents: Police suspect speed caused single-car crash

Officers in California are investigating a single-vehicle crash that caused serious injuries to the driver and passenger. They say initial indications are that this was one of those car accidents in which speed caused the driver to lose control. Reportedly, this crash occurred shortly before midnight on a recent Saturday.

Suffering the effects of car accidents can continue for years

Any auto crash is traumatic, even those that are not fatal. While some car accidents in California cause scrapes and cuts caused by broken glass and other objects that are thrown around due to the impact of a collision, even seemingly minor accidents could cause serious injuries. Victims may suffer long-term physical and financial consequences.

Distracted driving leads to auto accidents

Road accident statistics in the United States are shocking. It is reported that an average of 37,000 road users die in auto accidents annually, while 2.35 million people are disabled or injured. Many Californians may be shocked to realize that despite the different campaigns, roads seem to become less safe year after year.  Between 2014 and 2015 there was an increase of 6 percent in auto accidents, while 40,000 people lost their lives on U.S. roads in 2017.


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