Serious car accidents happen around the clock. There is nothing that anyone can do to guarantee that they will not get involved in such a crash.
A man from Chicago is facing very serious charges for aggravated driving under the influence (DUI) after he was involved in a deadly crash.
Have you heard that night driving is incredibly dangerous? There are fewer cars on the road, but the percentage of those cars that get involved in fatal accidents goes up. If you have to drive after dark, this is something that you must take into account.
You cross through numerous intersections every single day on your commute. But have you ever really thought about just how dangerous they are?
As an adult, you do not often face peer pressure when you drive. Teens, however, are more likely to make poor decisions and even cause accidents because of peer pressure.
A driver runs a stop sign and hits your car. Both vehicles come to a halt; with your head ringing, you look at the other driver through the cracked windshield. They look at you for a second, throw their car into gear and speed away.
A car accident often happens because of a single seemingly minor mistake. It's not as if every driver is recklessly, intentionally breaking the law when they cause a crash. Minor details that people often overlook can put themselves and others in the hospital.
A deadly holiday car crash in Waukegan is still being investigated, but early reports indicate that the police regard the main contributing factors in the crash to be excessive speed and alcohol use.
A six-car crash happened in Illinois on Sunday, June 9. It involved, among other vehicles, a semi and a black Subaru. One woman, who was a passenger in the Subaru, died in the wreck.
There is an important mantra to keep in mind when you go out on the road: The only driver you control is you. You can't control what anyone else does, and that puts you at risk. You can't avoid that risk. But you can control what you do to reduce it.