Carpooling and ride-sharing are popular -- and highly encouraged -- options when it comes to cutting costs and protecting the environment. However, while riding with passengers does have its benefits, it also comes with risks.
Georgia, like nearly every other state in the U.S., recognizes the limit of 0.08 percent blood alcohol content. This means that if a driver has a level of 0.08 percent or higher, he or she can face charges for drunk driving.
There are a lot of things to love about the holidays, from festive decorations to spending more time with loved ones.
This week, millions of people in the U.S. will be driving for the Thanksgiving holiday. And whether they drive across the state or across the country, road safety can be a major concern.
No one plans to get in a serious car accident. And sadly, there may be little that victims could have done differently to avoid one. That said, there are several ways to stay safer in the event that a crash does occur. This is especially important to remember when it comes to child passengers who depend on adults to keep them safe.
Car accidents typically happen without any warning or enough time to avoid them. Because of this, victims are often dazed and unsure of what to do in the aftermath of a crash.