Every driver knows what can happen during a severe weather event: roads become slippery, visibility drops and the risk of accidents rises. If you get caught in bad weather while you’re out on the road, here are some strategies to help minimize the hazards that Mother Nature may hurl at …keep reading
Kids in school buses, children on foot and bikes, harried parents in cars: Back-to-school days bring congestion—and an increase in potential hazards.
“This can be a dangerous time because children—as well as drivers—are adjusting to back-to-school routines,” says Alex Epstein, director of Transportation Safety for the National Safety …keep reading
It’s not just paranoia: Driving at night is actually more dangerous. Fatal accidents are three times more likely at night compared with the daytime, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
The main reason for this—not surprisingly—is that we can’t see as …keep reading