When driving, it is important to be aware of what is happening around you. Therefore, it is important to keep your eyes focused on the road when behind the wheel. However, distracted driving goes well beyond using your cell phone. While there are several distractions that could present themselves on the road, these distractions are easy to avoid:
Now that summer is finally here, more cars and motorcyclists are traveling, and children are playing outside. With so many additional people on or close to our roadways, it is important to remember that distracted driving can result in not only damage to your vehicle, but injury or death to those around you.
Given how common dog ownership is in the United States, it is not unusual to come across these pets when out and about over the summer. Most of these encounters go without a hitch, and they might even bring a good deal of joy to those involved. However, every now and then, they take a very unfortunate turn, and a person ends up with a dog bite.
Summer is here, which mean it's time for kids (and the young at heart) to spend time in the water. Whether you are at the pool or on the beach, swimming is a great way to get exercise, cool off, and take in the summer sun. However, even when taking part in this leisurely activity, you want to remember to put safety first. Water safety is often put on the back burner, but it is crucial in order to avoid having a fun day turn sour.
Car fires involving Tesla vehicles have become an unnerving narrative as we move towards the summer driving season. In March, a Tesla Model X burst into flames after striking a center median in California. Also, two Florida teenagers were killed after a fire in a Tesla burned so hot that rescuers and onlookers could not reach them.