Accidents are unpredictable and can occur anytime, anywhere, so it's a good idea to know what to do in the event an accident does occur. If you're driving and are in an accident, there are a number of things to consider and do at the scene of the accident.
Motorcyclists get a bad rap for being "crazy" or negligent drivers, but much of this is due to other motorists not understanding the mechanics of motorcycles and the challenges they present to those who ride them. It would be easy to throw together a list of safety tips for motorcyclists, but in reality, most experienced riders already know how to be safe on their bike. What's just as important, if not more, is for other drivers to understand how to drive safely around motorcycles. We tend to become complacent behind the wheel, which can put those we share the road with in danger, especially motorcycles. Check out these tips any four-wheeled vehicle driver should consider to keep themselves and motorcyclists safe!
In a society where we're attached to our smartphones, tablets, and other fancy gadgets, it's easy to continue our digital engagement habits when we get behind the wheel. But that "On my way" text message or quick bite to eat on the way back to the office can quickly turn disastrous. Distracted driving is performing other tasks that could potentially distract a driver from the primary task of operating the vehicle. Examples of distracted driving include: