Are You Driving with Safe Tires on Your Car?

When driving a vehicle, your personal safety and the safety of your passengers often depend on the condition of your vehicle’s tires. If the tires on your car are old, worn, not properly inflated or have been recalled, the likelihood of being involved in an...

Florida Has Most Motorcycle Deaths in U.S.

The 75th annual Daytona Bike Week is this month and many motorcyclists and motorcycle enthusiasts will be making their way to Florida. While Florida is home to a big motorcycle community, it is also the state with the most motorcycle deaths in the country, according...

When is it Safe to Place Your Child in the Front Seat?

Several states have different laws requiring children to sit in the back seat of a car until a certain age, but usually it is recommended that you should not let your child ride in the front seat until he or she is at least 13...

Top Three causes of car accidents in America

When we get behind the wheel of a car, we take on a huge responsibility. We take on a responsibility for the safety of other drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians. The unfortunate news is that car accidents are very common. However, the good news is that...

Red Light Cameras Cause More Accidents

You may have seen some intersections in certain towns are equipped with red light cameras that snap a picture of your license plate if you don’t happen to make the light on time. Getting those tickets in the mail for driving through an intersection when...

Texting While Driving Could Become A Primary Offense in Florida

Florida is one of five states that does not regulate texting while driving as a primary offense. This means that a police officer can’t issue a traffic citation for solely texting without any other traffic violation taking place, such as speeding. Therefore, Florida’s current law...

Florida Boating Accident Statistics

Each year, over 4,500 boating accidents occur in the United States, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. In 2014 alone, 634 boating accidents in Florida were recorded, as well as 73 boating-related deaths. Florida has nearly 900,000 registered vessels and up to 1 million non-registered...

Surprising Facts About Drunk Driving Car Accidents

Everyone knows of the dangers of drunk driving. Even “buzzed” driving can greatly affect your motor skills and cause a serious car accident. How common and dangerous are drunk driving accidents in Florida? Here are some facts about drunk driving from the Centers for Disease...

Florida’s I-95 More Deadly Among Other States

Interstate 95 runs through 15 states on the east coast, yet more accidents occur on Florida’s I-95 between Jacksonville and Miami than any other state. In fact, according to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration, I-95 in Florida, which runs 382 miles, has the...

How Parents Can Help Improve Safety For Teen Drivers

Every year, a new crop of beginner drivers, usually teen drivers, hit the streets. Teens are at the biggest risk of any age group to get into a motor vehicle accident. In fact, per mile driven, teen drivers ages 16 to 19 are nearly three...