If you're a safe driver who's never had a car accident, then you may be tempted not to wear a seat belt. You should realize that countless other motorists get behind the wheel while fatigued, distracted or intoxicated every day. Others recklessly operate their cars for no valid reason. A seat belt can save your life if you come in contact with any of these types of motorists.
Much of the time, tailgaters are aggressive and even angry. They ride right up on the back bumper of the car in front of them because they want to pass or they want that driver to speed up -- even if they're already going at the speed limit. Other times, they tailgate when they feel like they got cut off and it's a way to retaliate against the other driver. It may be the first step toward road rage.
It seems as if summer just started. It's hard to believe that the beginning of the new school year is just around the corner in Manhattan Beach and Los Angeles County school districts.
Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start to summer, and with it comes greater dangers on the roads in California and throughout the United States.
Every day, somewhere in Colorado, 40 collisions occur due to distracted drivers. In 2016, there were 67 road fatalities in the state attributed to distracted driving.
When it comes to avoiding serious car accident injuries for yourself and your family, it's not always about how well you adhere to traffic laws.
Lately, our Southern California weather forecast has had a lot more of the wet stuff in it than we're accustomed to. Those of us who live here don't have the best reputation when it comes to driving in the rain.
A 29-year-old man was killed days before Christmas in a four-vehicle crash on Interstate 5 in the Griffith Park area of Los Angeles.
The light turns green, and you enter the intersection. Then, wham! Your car is hit by another car that must have run the red light.
A van shuttling children to an after-school activity in Dana Point, California, crashed into a tree, sending five children to the hospital.