Think about all the things that already distract Illinois drivers: texting, music, other passengers, GPS adjustments and other items in the car. What if the next problem becomes shopping while driving?
Thanksgiving is quickly approaching, which means more drivers will be on the road returning from family holidays and heading to the nearest Target for a doorbuster deal on a new TV.
At the start of this year, Illinois enacted nearly 200 new laws, impacting everything from contraception to community college. In case you missed it, here are four changes to Illinois driving laws that you should know about:
While many car accidents occur between two drivers, there is another danger that rural drivers know all too well: deer collisions. And drivers need to be even more cautious of deer during the fall months.
You’ve just been injured due to someone else’s recklessness. Before delving into the complication of finding a lawyer and pressing charges, here are some time-sensitive steps you need to be aware of right away:
Car accidents are one of the leading causes of death for drivers across the country. While we have slashed car accident fatalities over the last several decades through stricter laws and safer vehicles, we are still facing a significant number of accidents every year.
Halloween is a terrifying holiday – and not just because of the ghosts and ghouls. As our children venture out for tricks and treats, there are many dangers that may await them. From creepy strangers and reckless drivers to their own costumes, which may cause them to trip and fall, we can never be too safe as we send our children out trick-or-treating.
Distracted driving is on the rise across the country, and may be just as dangerous as driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. The most egregious cause of distracted driving is often your cell phone. But a growing cause of distraction is a part of the car itself.
The damage after a serious car accident is often easy to see. There is the damage to your vehicle and debris scattered across the road; you might see cuts and broken bones.
In 2015, the United States saw a 7 percent increase in roadway deaths. This was an alarming shift, as it broke away from a 35-year downward trend in automobile accidents across the country.