The smartphone is the biggest driving distraction facing Americans today. Accidents happen all the time when drivers decide to text, talk, read, watch and listen. Any time they engage with the phone, they take their full attention off of the road, and that's a risk to every person near them.
You're generally a nice person. It's not something you really have to work at. You just like other people and you're quick to apologize whenever something goes wrong, even if it's not your fault. You just want them to know that you care.
Have you heard that summer is the most dangerous time to drive? Do you know that there tends to be a spike in traffic fatalities as the temperatures climb?
Multiple vehicles, including two semitrucks, were involved in an interstate accident in Ohio. The devastating crash left one person dead.
Imagine that you go to the airport. On the televisions, you see the news that three commercial airliners have already crashed in the United States that week. The experts on TV note that one or two more should crash before the week ends.
A state trooper in Ohio got involved in a car accident that took one life back on Jan. 4. On April 30, the case went before a grand jury to see if he should go to trial, and the grand jury indicted him on two counts. One is for vehicular manslaughter, and the other is for vehicular homicide.
A young girl is dead after a terrible rollover accident in Michigan. She was nine years old. She and her family were from Columbus, Ohio.
Ice on the highways can turn your normal daily commute into a horrific accident in no time. It seems like there is at least one massive pileup every winter, and Ohio just saw one that put numerous people in the hospital.
A 16-year-old driver in Ohio was allegedly responsible for an accident that caused cars to burst into flames, taking the lives of a 14-month-old child and the baby's mother.
There is no reason why anyone should be using a smartphone while driving. There's no reason why anyone should drive after drinking alcohol. There's no reason why anyone should speed. Yes, people say that they're in a hurry -- and maybe they are. But when you consider the terrible loss of life that happens throughout the world -- on a daily basis -- because of negligent and unlawful driving habits, there is no reason and no excuse good enough to put someone in danger by breaking the law.