How To Prevent Hydroplaning

Published on May 19, 2022 at 9:13 pm in Car Accidents.

Tips to prevent hydroplaning

While any month of the year can bring about a fair amount of precipitation, rainfall is perhaps the heaviest during the spring and summer seasons. 

Wet roads are no match for motorists. Surfaces like these can affect traction, causing a motorist to lose control of their vehicle and resulting in a crash. 

What Should You Do When Your Car Breaks Down?

Published on May 12, 2022 at 5:59 pm in Car Accidents.

What Should You Do When Your Car Breaks Down

Virtually every vehicle owner will encounter car troubles at some point in time. This means that it is not a matter of whether your vehicle might one day break down, but when.

Your vehicle breaking down on the side of the road is not necessarily an indication that it is on its last leg. There are many reasons why a car might break down, including overdue maintenance, poor road conditions, and faulty equipment.

Car trouble can be disorienting even for the most responsible vehicle owner, which may leave you wondering what you should do when your car breaks down. Taking the right steps is key to preserving your safety and potentially preventing a car accident.

How Does Poor Road Design Contribute to Accidents?

Published on May 5, 2022 at 6:07 pm in Car Accidents.

How Does Poor Road Design Contribute to Accidents

Baltimore drivers rely on safe, well-maintained roads to get to work, pick their children up from school, and run errands. The roads you travel every day can be deceiving, though. While they might appear to be safe enough for regular use at first glance, there may be hidden dangers that put you and your loved ones at risk.

Poor road design increases your chances of being involved in a serious car accident. Let’s look more at how poor road design contributes to accidents.

What Causes Cars to Catch on Fire?

Published on Apr 21, 2022 at 1:26 pm in Car Accidents.

person working on car engine

As a motorist, you probably regularly see fellow drivers broken down on the side of the road. They might be there because the vehicle ran out of gas, its timing belt or chain gave out, its battery went dead, its tire went flat, or for various other reasons.

Does Car Size Impact Crash Survivability?

Published on Mar 25, 2022 at 1:11 pm in Car Accidents.

cars in traffic

Years ago, it was commonplace for individuals to purchase sports utility vehicles or large pickup trucks with large passenger cab compartments to get around. It didn’t seem to matter if just one person was going to be driving around the vehicle all the time or if they were planning to use it to transport the entire family. All that seemed important to most consumers was to purchase the biggest vehicle they could find. What motivated consumers to take this approach to buying a car?

How Do You Know If You’re Too Tired to Drive?

Published on Feb 17, 2022 at 7:02 pm in Car Accidents.

Person leaning on arm at wheel

We all know how important sleep is. We should all prioritize creating a strong sleep routine that gives us the energy to get through each day. However, in a world filled with long work hours, endless TV streaming options, and social obligations, it often feels as if there is not enough time left over for sleep.

Who Is at Fault When a Driver Doesn’t Clear Snow Off Their Car?

Published on Feb 10, 2022 at 8:22 pm in Car Accidents.

Cars on snow and ice

Who is at fault when a driver doesn’t clear snow off their car in MD? We’ll look at laws and guidelines in the state of Maryland regarding how vehicle owners should handle snow and ice on their vehicles. If a driver doesn’t exercise reasonable caution and their carelessness injures another person, they may be held liable for damages.



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