Lawsuits continue to pour in against the all-terrain vehicle manufacturer. The suits fighting their negligent behavior when it came to solely focussing on “how fast can we make this thing go.”Read More
In the wake of the Antonio Brown helmet saga, it entices the conversation of safety amongst athletes of all levels of play. The NFL standout, refusing to wear any other helmet than his outdated Schutt Air Advantage lid, displays a lack of concern for safety. Most individuals would disagree with him. Including parents of high school and college athletes.Read More
Motor vehicle accidents occur all over the country. With more laws coming out to protect the citizens of each state, there is one law that is beginning to pick up speed, popularity, and controversy. Maine has just inducted the Hands-Free Driving law, and it causes many people to wonder; “is Texas next?”Read More
A mass shooting in 2015, fueled by hatred, filled the TV screens all across America for a span of weeks. Sparking the debates of gun control, the NRA, and government negligence.Read More
The use of e-cigarettes has long been skyrocketing among the youth of the United States. For the last five years it has been incredibly noticeable. It’s becoming more and more popular among younger crowds as e-cigarette manufacturers were initially marketing their products with sweet or fruity type flavors.Read More
With Tesla’s autopilot mode becoming more and more prevalent in today’s society, more people are found sleeping at the wheel of their car while it flies down busy interstate and highway roads.Read More
Every year on Memorial Day, we take time to honor the brave men and women who lost their lives in the service of our country. Unfortunately, while many holiday weekends carry increased risks for car accidents, this one in particular is considered to be one of the most dangerous for drivers and their passengers on the road. It also marks the start of what Mother’s Against Drunk Driving (MADD) calls the start of the 100 Deadliest Days on the road.
Tragic news this past weekend shattered the hearts of two South Carolina parents when they received the news that all parents fear — their daughter has been found dead.
University of South Carolina student Samantha Josephson, 21, was leaving the bars Friday night in what she thought was her safe Uber ride home. About 14 hours later, her body was found more than 65 miles away in the woods of South Carolina. Surveillance cameras captured footage of Josephson getting into a black Chevy Impala. That was the last time she was seen alive. The owner of the vehicle, Nathaniel David Rowland, has been arrested and will be charged with kidnapping and murder.
Although texting while driving is already banned in many states, one state is considering taking this safety measure to the next level. Nevada could potentially pass a legislation which would grant law enforcement officers the ability to search through drivers’ cell phone usage history after a car crash.