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July 2018 Archives

Commercial vehicle crashes: 5 steps to remember

Commercial vehicles are large and loud. They stand out when they're on highways, and they can be frightening to other drivers on the road. These vehicles also have large blind spots and a potential to cause significant damage in a crash.

Myths can result in a drunk driving charge

Drunk driving is a danger to everyone on the roads, yourself included. However, many people end up being accused of drunk driving even though they didn't realize they had too much to drink or that they were still intoxicated. People sometimes go by myths to determine if it's safe to drive, but that can be a risk.

As an older driver, are your kids questioning your skills?

As an older Tennessee driver, you may worry that one day you will lose your ability to drive. Now, however, you still feel that your abilities remain as good as they have ever been, and you have no health or vision concerns that make you fear that you could act as a threat to others behind the wheel.

DUI up 60 percent on Tennessee college campuses

Universities are a popular destination for DUI incidents to occur. Most students reach the legal drinking age during college and many attend parties that offer alcoholic beverages. Since this may be your first time trying these drinks, you may not have a set plan on how to get back to your room safely or you do not know how blood-alcohol concentration works.

Here's why motorcyclists shouldn't strap in for the ride

Motorcycle accidents happen often for a few reasons. The first is that drivers aren't always watching out for motorcyclists and may make mistakes that result in a motorcycle-vehicle crash. The second is that due to physics and the way the brain translates information, drivers may believe motorcyclists are traveling slower than they really are. The drivers don't give themselves enough time, which the results in a crash.

5-vehicle collision leads to 3 injured including trooper

Working as a police officer is difficult work, and it's extremely dangerous at times. Crashes can take lives and lead to disabilities, but officers still go to them, hoping to help those who have been injured. On the way to a crash site, officers have to use sirens and lights to get other vehicles out of the way. They're legally allowed to move through traffic, which is supposed to stop and move out of the way.

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