Motorcyclists are clearly at a disadvantage from a safety perspective when compared to normal automobile drivers. Some of these dangers are obvious and some of them are not. In this article, we will take a look at some of the worst dangers faced by motorcycle drivers with the intention of increasing awareness of these dangers in order to prevent accidents.
Driving is dangerous even when we are careful to follow the rules of the road and even when we're attentive to what is happening around us. Therefore, drivers need to do everything they can to prevent an accident. By following the pieces of advice in this article, Connecticut drivers can really do a lot to improve their safety -- and the safety of their passengers -- when they take to the road.
A 69-year-old woman passed away in a head-on collision last Friday. The accident happened in Shelton, Connecticut, at around noontime on Route 110, which is also known as River Road. Police were called to the accident site at approximately 12:30 p.m.
One of the most common causes of fatal and injurious car accidents in Connecticut is reckless driving, and the most unfortunate aspect of these car accident cases is the fact that they could have been avoided. Indeed, the legal definition of reckless diving indicates that it is the willful or wanton disregard of safety -- meaning that driving recklessly could be interpreted as a choice. All Connecticut divers are therefore encouraged to choose safe driving practices rather than reckless ones.