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Reasons why a car may be to blame for a bike accident

Cyclists on the road must be very cautious when sharing the road with cars. This is because cyclists have a much higher likelihood of becoming seriously injured if they get involved in a collision, due to the lack of safety protections such as seatbelts and airbags.

Sleep deprivation can be risky for new parents and their children

When you think about drowsy drivers, you may picture a trucker who has been on the road for too many hours, a factory worker driving home after working the night shift or an elderly person who does not realize he or she has epilepsy. However, there is another at-risk population that people often do not consider.

Why is motorcycling riskier than driving a car?

Motorcyclists who are involved in accidents tend to suffer from more frequent and more serious injuries than drivers of vehicles. This is true for several reasons. Those who suffer injuries after being involved in a motorcycle accident should ensure that they take action to get the compensation they deserve.

Helping your teenage child to avoid car accidents

Teenage drivers have a higher risk of becoming involved in an accident for several reasons. First, their lack of experience can lead them to make mistakes when dealing with a complex or stressful situation. Second, teens are statistically more likely to engage in risky behavior than adults in general. Third, teens may be influenced by the actions of friends and could be more susceptible to peer pressure regarding things like drunk driving and speeding.

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