The California Highway Patrol recently highlighted new California driving laws for 2020. Passed in 2019 by the California Legislature, the new driving laws will influence roadway safety. California Highway Patrol (CHP) is encouraging drivers to make themselves aware of these new laws. Following the new roadway laws will help keep you and your loved ones… continue reading.
A multi-vehicle car accident, which is also known as a pileup, can occur during busy traffic times on the highway. These accidents happen when two or more cars crash into each other in a chain of rear-end accidents. These happen because of the force of the first crash rear-ending the second to last car, pushing… continue reading.
Last year, the American Automobile Association (AAA) estimated 97.4 million Americans traveled by car for the holidays. If you are planning a road trip for the holidays, here are three ways to prep for a safe trip: Check your car for needed maintenance. Before leaving for your destination, it could be beneficial to have your… continue reading.
It is no secret that distracted driving is an ever-growing problem in the United States. In 2017 alone, distracted driving caused over 3000 deaths. Public awareness campaigns have had some success, but a shocking amount of people still think that they can drive safely while texting, eating, or applying makeup. As a result, many states… continue reading.
Every December is National Impaired Driving Prevention Month. Unfortunately, there is an increase in impaired driving accidents around the holidays. Not only is driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs illegal, it could lead to catastrophic or fatal consequences. The legal limit in California is a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08 percent. Depending… continue reading.