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March 2014 Archives

Simulators seek to reduce distracted driving amongst teens

There are countless things that can distract an individual behind the wheel. Cell phones, food, obstacles in the street, signs and passengers can all take a motorist's attention off the road and his or her surroundings. As a result, distracted motorists often cause serious injurious or even a fatal car wreck. Though all age groups are guilty of driving while distracted, some are taking steps to keep young drivers attentive.

Family wants justice for loss of loved one in motorcycle crash

As winter winds down and warmer weather starts to appear more frequently, many Tennesseans will take to the roads on their motorcycles. Unfortunately, though, many of Tennessee's motorists may be plagued with motorcycle unawareness. Such inattentiveness can cause a serious accident that results in a head injury, broken bones or even death. When such a motorcycle crash occurs, the injured victim or his or her family should consider taking legal action in the form of a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit.

Students injured after drunk driver hits Knox County school bus

The drunk drivers on Tennessee's roadways, including Knoxville's, pose a threat to all, even school children. This can be seen by a recent accident in Knoxville where a drunk driver crashed into an SUV, then crossed a median and slammed into the driver's side of a school bus. The bus had about 45 students onboard when the wreck occurred, and six of them were taken to the hospital with injuries. The driver of the SUV was also taken to the hospital. The errant driver was taken into custody for charges that include DUI second offense, driving with a revoked license, and following a vehicle too closely.

Percent of older drivers in wrecks decreases

Many Tennessee drivers may fear certain drivers. Of course we all fear intoxicated drivers, but some feel young motorists' inexperience poses dangers while others think older drivers' raise risks. A new study has positive news, and it may allay some of these concerns.

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