You've driven from the store to your house more times than you can count. It's only a few miles and you've never had a problem. You feel like you could do it on autopilot.
Being in a car accident can be a frightening, emotionally trying experience. For many people, this might be the only time they are involved in a wreck. Without prior experience it can be hard to maintain a level head when you are facing injury, serious property damage and the worry of future bills. The North Carolina Bar Association suggests numerous tips that can help you keep your cool after an accident.
The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) announced that it will focus on cargo securement during its inspections in 2017. These inspections are designed to help ensure that trucks hauling freight throughout the country are operating safely. If a violation is found, the trucker may receive a fine and be required to fix the issue.
Getting into a car accident is a frightening experience. Even a relatively minor fender bender can be frustrating. Those involved in these accidents may try to ease their frustrations with the comforting realization that the other driver is supposed to have insurance to cover the costs of the accident.