Summertime is the best time to take spontaneous road trips and adventures. However, with more traffic on the roads, there comes a higher risk of car accidents.
When driving in hotter temperatures, your car may require extra care to ensure safety while on the roads.
In Georgia, drivers with a commercial driver's license are held to a higher standard than other drivers.
When it comes to distracted driving, it's no secret that cell phone usage is the number one driving distraction.
April is distracted driving awareness month, and we are doing all we can to encourage drivers to leave the distractions alone.
Have you ever been driving and noticed the car in front of you swerving or braking abruptly?
If you're raising a teen at home, you understand the struggle of getting them away from being glued to their phones 24/7.
According to the National Highway and Traffic Safety Association, approximately 400 fatal crashes are caused by texting and driving, making it the number one form of distracted driving.
Whether you are aware or not, nearly everyone is guilty of distracted driving.