To ensure people are safe when they are walking in Fayetteville and the surrounding areas of North Carolina, drivers are expected to adhere to the rules of the road. Because there are so many accidents related to speeding, distracted driving, recklessness and drivers...
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Just about everyone in Fayetteville will experience a fender-bender at some point, or perhaps a more serious car crash leading to injuries such as broken bones or a concussion. However, every year an unfortunate number of people across North Carolina will lose their...
The number of North Carolina residents who have tested positive for coronavirus has grown in recent days, reflecting a trend seen in a number of other parts of the nation. Health officials have expressed concern, but as of this writing, few expect a return of the...
In North Carolina and throughout the nation, there has been a growing number of municipalities that use cameras at intersections to catch drivers who run red lights. This serves multiple purposes. It will cite the driver for the violation, it encourages drivers to...
Depending on how much one drives, it is likely that a motorist comes across an accident site rather frequently. While minor collisions are likely to happen on busy roadways and rush hour traffic, the reality is that accident could occur even when the roadways are not...
There's no doubt that a truck accident can cause a significant amount of damage to unsuspecting motorists. Physical and emotional pain can be overwhelming, medical expenses can be ruinous, and lost wages can threaten any semblance of financial stability. In other...
Imagine you are taking a road trip with your family. You haven't been on the road too long, but everyone is settled in for what you hope will be a fun adventure. You start to notice traffic slowing ahead and tap your brakes to slow down. However, you see in your...
There is an implicit danger in doing anything while fatigued but operating commercial trucks can be especially risky. According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, 13 percent of large truck drivers were classified as fatigued at the time of their...
Small country roads or town streets probably feel pretty safe, especially to new drivers, with their lower speed limits. When they have to get on the interstate for the first time, many drivers feel very nervous and frightened. Some maintain this for the rest of their...
You feel hungry, so you swing through a drive-thru and pick up some McDonalds. You unwrap your burger and decide to eat it on the way to your work meeting. As you’re enjoying your meal, you drip ketchup on yourself. This makes you react, trying to clean it up, but...
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