If you're still a little anxious about driving because you've recently been involved in a car crash, you likely aren't looking forward to driving on Halloween night. It can be a particularly dangerous time because of the number of cars as well as young pedestrians out and about.
If you've seen commercial trucks on the roads of Florida, you've likely seen the underride guards on the rear of these vehicles. They are pieces of metal that hang down from the bottom of the truck to nearly the top of the road.
A new texting and driving law went into effect in Florida over the summer. Drivers need to ensure that they know precisely what is allowed now. One of the significant points to recognize is that the new law makes using a cellphone while you drive a primary offense. This means that officers can pull vehicles over based on seeing this happen.
A family and her Central Florida community are mourning the death of a 5-month-old girl, the victim of a car crash.
If you've been involved in a car accident, one of the things at the top of your to-do list may be to buy a new car. Whether yours was irreparably damaged or you simply feel that you need a safer vehicle, you'll find a lot of safety features available on newer model vehicles. Some are standard. Others are part of a package that you will need to pay a little extra for.
Are the air bags in your car functioning properly?It's a worrisome question because there's no practical way to know if the air bags work -- until they're needed.
Two Florida bars must pay $30.8 million to a woman who suffered a severe brain injury in a hit-and-run crash, a jury ruled.
In any situation, tailgating is risky and dangerous. It can cause an accident that the driver could easily have avoided if they just backed off a bit from the car ahead of them. There's a reason that experts recommend leaving two to three seconds between cars. Anything less increases the odds of serious injury.
Rollover accidents involving passenger vehicles can be catastrophic. While rollovers only happen in about 3% of all wrecks, they're involved in about 30% of vehicular fatalities.
The families of a 46-year-old man and an infant are mourning after both were killed in a nine-vehicle pileup on Interstate 75 in Florida, just north of Interstate 4 in Hillsborough County.