A recent Saturday afternoon in November has left at least three families grieving. A head-on collision between two motor vehicles in Oklahoma resulted in the death of five people and left the only survivor critically injured. While these families are surely struggling to deal with their loss, highway police are investigating the accident.
GPS navigation systems can be an incredibly valuable tool, particularly when you are traveling in areas you are not terribly familiar with. Thus, it is not at all surprising that many big rig truck drivers use GPS systems. One hopes that all truck drivers who use GPS systems make sure to pay proper attention to safety when it comes to such systems. Certain improper conduct by truck drivers when it comes to GPS systems can turn a GPS system from a valuable navigational tool into a potential source of danger for a trucker and motorists who share the road with them. We will now go over some of the types of behavior it is very important for truck drivers to avoid when it comes to GPS navigation systems.
Encouraging teenage drivers to engage in safe driving when out on the roads is remarkably important. Unsafe driving conduct by teens can endanger both the teen drivers who engage in it and motorists that are near them.
Sometimes, a person ends up with a spinal cord injury as a result of a car crash or an accident of some other variety. Such injuries can impact a person in a vast array of different ways and can leave a person facing extensive periods of rehabilitation.