July 4th Is the Deadliest Day to Be on the Roads [Infographic]

July 4th is known for fun, fireworks and barbeques. It’s also the single day of the year when the most deadly traffic accidents occur. The following infographics reveals why July 4th is known as the deadliest day for drivers to be on the roads. July 4th Is the Deadliest Day to Be on the [...]

Top 4 Causes of Teen Driver Fatalities, According to the NHTSA

A driver’s license can endow teenagers with significant new freedoms. Despite the fact that teens have to complete driver’s education classes and pass licensing exams to get their driver’s license, however, many of these young motorists may: Still lack the necessary experience to safely operate a vehicle under certain conditions Still make irresponsible choices when [...]

Why Impaired Drivers Are So Dangerous: Here’s What You Should Know

In every state in the U.S., driving with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08 or greater is illegal for those with standard drivers’ licenses. However, even at BACs of 0.02, drivers can start displaying some impairments that affect their abilities to safely operate a vehicle. Below is a look a just what those impairments [...]

A Look at Drunk and Drugged Driving in the U.S.

Ever vigilant about making U.S. roadways as safe as possible, officials at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) have recently published the findings of two studies on impaired drivers – and the results are fascinating. The findings of two NHTSA studies on drunk and drugged driving in the U.S. reveal changing trends in [...]

DUI Accidents: How Often Drunk Drivers Cause Accidents in the U.S. (Pt. 2)

Wrapping up our two-part blog DUI Accidents: How Often Drunk Drivers Cause Accidents in the U.S., here we will continue our discussion regarding drunk driving accidents, their frequency and their serious impacts. While the first part of this blog focused on providing some general statistics regarding how often fatal DUI accidents take place, below we [...]