Motor vehicle accidents occur daily in Pennsylvania. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration states that approximately 1,500 people die in vehicle accidents every year in this state due to motor vehicle accidents. The number of serious injuries due to car crashes is even higher. The state of Pennsylvania takes this very seriously.
If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident, you know how frightening it can be. Not only are you most likely injured, but your car, through no fault of your own, has suffered damage. Some of us even lose loved ones to this harrowing experience. The state of Pennsylvania takes crashes very seriously and has begun to track them in the past several years.
All over the United States, teenagers are getting ready to attend their proms. In most case, these rites of passage result in memories treasured over a lifetime. However, negligence behind the wheel can be tragic. Below are some alarming statistics involving teen drivers.
Getting into an accident in Pennsylvania can be a harrowing experience. Not everyone drives carefully. All of a sudden, your car is damaged and you have unexpected medical bills.
Pennsylvania drivers are at a higher risk of being injured in a car accident if their vehicles break down on the highway. Below are some tips to help avoid becoming a crash statistic.
Being involved in a motor vehicle accident in Pennsylvania is a harrowing experience. It is especially terrible when you did nothing to cause the crash. Being prepared, both with defensive driving and with safety features on your car can literally mean the difference between serious injury and walking away with only property damage to your car. Frontal air bags are so important for your safety.
The brutal Pennsylvania winter weather has claimed another victim. One of the fleet of six Oscar Mayer Wienermobiles crashed on an icy road just outside of Harrisburg on a recent Sunday.
There are plenty of mature drivers on Philadelphia streets, as defined as drivers aged 65 and older. The number of mature drivers in America is steadily increasing, as reported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. In 2008, there were 32.2 million drivers 65 or older. By the year 2020, the number is expected to hit 40 million.
Citizens depend on the goods, foods and raw materials that are shipped to and from our state every day in the big rigs driven by commercial freight haulers. But the statistics show that collisions with these behemoths of the highway can be quite deadly.
In Pennsylvania, motor vehicle accidents happen every day. Sometimes, no matter what you do to avoid it, you get into an accident. If your car has safety issues, as some Hondas seem to have lately, you may want to see what the federal government is doing to avoid any further injury and death.