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Archive for March, 2015

Found an Accident Note on My Car Windshield: Now What?

Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

Getting into any kind of car accident is upsetting, but what if you aren’t even there when it happens? Parked cars are hit routinely by careless drivers, leaving the parked car’s owner to return to the damages and, ideally, a note containing insurance info and contact information. So if you return to your car only to find dents, scratches, and a note tucked under the windshield wiper, what should your next move be? Read on to find out. (more…)

Avoiding Car Accidents on St. Patrick’s Day

Thursday, March 12th, 2015

On any holiday, you can count on there being higher levels of traffic and congestion on the roads as people travel to their celebratory destinations. But on St. Patrick’s Day, you can add another factor in to this already risky mix: alcohol. St. Patrick’s Day is known as a holiday that many people spend at the bar or drinking at house parties with their friends, and while a little festive indulgence is fine, people who are not responsible can put you at risk on the road. If you will be driving on St. Patrick’s Day and want to avoid a dangerous car accident, read on and follow these helpful tips.

car-accident-st-patricksDrive Safe and Avoid a Car Accident on a High-Traffic Holiday

With the sheer number of cars (and potentially impaired drivers) on the road on St. Patrick’s Day, you need to be sure to exercise caution and create a safe plan for your evening. If you yourself will be out on the roads, remember…

…sober driving is the safest driving. Even if you plan on indulging in some St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, that doesn’t mean you have to drive yourself home. Select a sober driver for your group, call a cab company, or use a community ride share service to ensure that you are being transported by someone who is not under the influence of alcohol.

…heavily-trafficked roads could be full of unsafe drivers. Main roads and highways will host hundreds of cars on St. Patrick’s Day, and this congestion could create a higher risk for a car accident. If you know an alternate route to your destination that takes you through lower-traffic areas, this could drastically improve your overall safety.

…buckle up for safety. Even if you take all necessary measures to keep yourself safe on the road, you cannot guarantee that other drivers will be equally as cautious on St. Patrick’s Day. Make certain that you and all of your passengers buckle your seatbelts as soon as you enter your vehicle- this extra safety measure could save you in a car accident!

BONUS TIP: Even if you are hosting a St. Patrick’s Day party in the safety of your own home, that doesn’t mean the risk of a car accident is completely eliminated. If a guest of yours that was served alcohol in your home ends up involved in a car accident, you could potentially be held liable. Encourage guests who have had too much to drink to stay over or to coordinate sober rides home, and do not over-serve at your party in order to have a fun and hassle-free St. Patrick’s Day!

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