Keeping teen drivers safe is a big concern for most parents in the Phoenix area. Enhancing education and awareness about the dangers of driving is an invaluable tool in making sure inexperienced motorists remain safe. However, the vehicle you choose for your young drivers can also make a difference in increasing their safety and helping them avoid vehicle accidents.
Every Phoenix driver takes the risk of getting hurt or killed in an auto collision when he or she gets on the road. Just the same, passengers in these vehicles are also at risk of suffering serious injuries or death in the event of a crash.
The immediate aftermath of a vehicle accident with injuries is nearly always traumatic. For many, it is a confusing and chaotic time as the body and the mind attempt to recover from the initial shock caused by the accident. Sometimes, injuries are readily apparent from broken bones to internal bleeding. Other times, the full extent of the victim's injuries does not reveal itself until a later time.
Almost everyone old enough to drive uses a motor vehicle regularly. Citizens in the Phoenix region of Arizona have come to rely on these machines to take them where they need to go as quickly as possible. Most people feel very confident that they can avoid vehicle accidents, but as you may already know, accidents can come out of nowhere.
All vehicle accidents have the potential to take lives, but crashes involving tractor-trailers are often more serious. The larger vehicle—in this case a semitruck—and its occupants usually comes out of the crash in better condition than those in the smaller vehicle do.
A man from Phoenix has been arrested in relation to a hit-and-run car accident. Though he has not yet been convicted of anything, police strongly believe that he may have hit a teenage girl with his car.
You may have heard that Arizona passed a law making any cellphone use illegal while driving. This is true, but there are a few critical things you should be aware of.
In 2016, just two people were killed in wrong-way accidents in the state of Arizona. By the summer of 2017, a full seven people have already passed away in these accidents. Two recently died on State Route 51, and another driver died while hitting a commercial vehicle not a week before that.
It was the first World Series ever played in Arizona and Luis Gonzalez was the star who had the final word. In Game 7 here in Phoenix, Gonzalez drove in the winning run in the bottom of the ninth, winning the Series for the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Hyundai is known for its affordable vehicles, while Mercedes is renowned for its pricey German engineering. The Italian supercar Lamborghini is in a league of its own, however, with even its most affordable model resting comfortably in the $200,000 range.