Drunk driving is a problem that affects the roads of DuPage County and the rest of Illinois on a daily basis. Law enforcement officials do everything they can to identify and remove suspected drunk drivers from the roads but as long as people continue to make bad decisions this will continue to be a problem. If you've lost a loved one due to a drunk driving accident we have tips for you on how to cope with the loss.
The cost of a funeral is in the thousands of dollars these days and prices for various services don't seem to be going down anytime soon. Whether you lose a loved one to natural causes or due to being involved in a fatal truck accident, you will incur thousands of dollars in funeral expenses. So, what are the expenses associated with funerals in DuPage County, Illinois?
Law enforcement across the state of Illinois and the rest of the country is working tirelessly to curb distracted driving. This has become a major problem that has led to tragic accidents. More and more victims of distracted driving crashes are speaking out against it in an effort to put an end to this senseless issue. Here's how you can spot a distracted driver in DuPage County.
Every motorcyclist knows that even if you’re the world’s most careful biker, all it takes is one careless motorist to cause an accident. Because of that, safety features are even more important when you’re on your motorcycle. A good helmet is the cornerstone of motorcycle safety, but not all helmets are created equal. Choosing the right one can literally save your life.
Owning a motorcycle is one of the most exciting purchases you can make in your life. You need to be responsible from the minute you make the purchase so your investment can be protected. You also want to protect yourself. A great way to make sure that you are safe when you ride, whether at night or during the day, is to make yourself visible to all other drivers on the roads of DuPage County.
You are very cautious when you drive. You make sure you drive the speed limit. You always respect the road and drivers when you are behind the wheel. But what about when it comes to people who are driving impaired? Is there any way to protect yourself from them?