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Four people brought to hospital after car crash

Many people rely on their cars and drive them almost every day. People use them to get almost everywhere they go. This could be to go to work, to school, to the store, to run errands, go to dinner, get together with friends and family and for many other reasons. While people are driving, it is almost a guarantee that they will not be the only vehicle on the roads as well and will have to interact with the other vehicles. This interaction can lead to many car accidents and all drivers need to drive safely to avoid them.

No disruptions while driving

A recent feature from Apple helps eliminate the temptation and prevalence of cell phone use while driving. Do Not Disturb While Driving rolled out the iPhone software in late 2017 in an attempt to curb dangerous distractions for drivers.

Whiplash from a car accident can cause significant problems

There are many things that in a driver's control while they are driving in Pennsylvania. They can control their speed, their brakes, checking blind spots, signaling turns, obeying traffic signals and simply paying attention to the road. However, there are dangers on the road they cannot control. That is the actions of the other drivers on the road. People who are driving perfectly can still end up in a car accident because another driver did something wrong.

Tell teens it's okay to be basic: technology and driving

When you first learned to drive, cars seemed pretty basic. Your parent's car had crank windows. You remember when cassette tape players and flipping through static-laden radio stations were your options for music. Your parents kept a book of maps in the car and stopped to ask for directions if they needed them.

Multiple-vehicle car crash leads to one death and three injuries

There are many different roads conditions that people in Pennsylvania deal with as they drive throughout the year. Some of the most dangerous conditions occur during the winter when there is snow and ice on the roads, but the summer months can create problems as well. When it rains the roads are slicker, and hydroplaning can become an issue. Another problem that drivers need to deal with in the spring and summer is construction.

Many people suffer traumatic brain injuries in car accidents

There are many safety features in vehicles in Pennsylvania now to try and help prevent accidents from occurring or lessen the damages people suffered when accidents do occur. However, despite all of the technological advances, people still get into car accidents and suffer injuries as a result. That is why it is still very important for people to obey the traffic laws, avoid distractions and drive safely.

What happens when a passenger is injured in an Uber car crash?

Many people in Pennsylvania have used Uber or other ride sharing services. They have become a very popular way to get around when people do not want to or cannot drive for one reason or another. People can access everything right on their phone which adds to the convenience and ease of the whole process. However, just like any other time that people get into an automobile, there are certain risks involved. For example, people may end up in a car accident and suffer injuries as a result.

Car crashes are very common in Pennsylvania

Having a vehicle in Pennsylvania can be very convenient, and sometimes may seem like a necessity. Driving is a daily activity for many people and is generally a safe way to get where people need to go, but from time to time it can be dangerous. This could be because of poor road conditions or because other drivers on the road are not paying attention or taking unnecessary risks. So, sometimes car accidents occur and people can suffer catastrophic injuries as a result.

Police say that they have a suspect in a fatal hit-and-run crash

Many people in Pennsylvania drive their vehicles every day and may need them to get where they need to go. They are also much faster and convenient than walking or other alternative transportation. So, there are many cars on the roads every day. However, even people who drive their cars to a location, generally need to walk afterwards to get to their final destination. This could be just walking through a parking lot, but sometimes people cannot park right next to a building and may need to cross a street in order to get to where they are going.

What can you do after an accident with an uninsured driver?

A car accident can cause a major disruption in a person's life. The person's vehicle may be damaged and need repair. The person may also suffer injuries and may not be able to do certain things, including work, until the injuries heal. Car accidents can also be very costly and the person may incur a number of unexpected expenses, like medical bills.

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