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How to keep road rage from being contagious

Many drivers might be confident that they can stay cool in difficult driving situations and never submit to road rage, but what happens when they encounter another raging driver? Road rage situations can escalate quickly if one driver's rage spreads to others. West Virginia drivers might be interested in some tips on how to keep that from happening.

Suing Uber after a car accident

Uber has become a popular mode of transportation in West Virginia. In case of an accident, passengers may wonder who might be held responsible. Uber drivers are hired as independent contractors, so in most cases, the company will not be held responsible. Uber does carry a $1 million policy to cover damages in case the at-fault driver's insurance is insufficient to compensate plaintiffs for their losses.

Car crashes are caused by several key driving mistakes

For drivers in West Virginia, the potential for car crashes is always a concern when taking to the roads. Across the country, 6 million motor vehicle accidents take place each year. Accidents are caused in a number of ways, and developing an understanding of how they take place can help to prevent future crashes from taking place.

Roundabouts can help to create safer roads

Drivers in West Virginia know to be careful when they enter into an intersection. The conjunction points between roads can be quite dangerous, often leading to catastrophic injuries or even fatalities as cars come together from different directions. Because of the dangerous nature of intersections, traffic engineers have suggested a number of alternatives, including the construction of roundabouts, to eliminate hazards at roadway junctions.

December designated National Impaired Driving Prevention Month

Drivers in West Virginia might be interested to learn that the White House has proclaimed December 2017 National Impaired Driving Prevention Month. In making the proclamation, the administration cited a number of statistics and commitments for the country to consider going forward. The White House denounced impaired driving under any circumstances.

Auto safety features help cut driver deaths

Drivers in West Virginia are always navigating dangers whenever they are on the road. From slippery roadways with ice, rain or leaves to dealing with dangerous, drunk or distracted drivers, there are an array of hazards that can pose a threat to passengers and drivers. At the same time, there is some positive news, because the chances of dying in a car accident involving a late-model car have declined dramatically due to improved technology and extensive safety features.

All trucks to be outfitted with electric logging devices

West Virginia drivers may be interested to learn that the trucking industry is preparing to switch to an electronic logging system that will monitor and log long-haul truck drivers. According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, the Electronic Logging Mandate begins Dec. 18.

How to make winter driving safer

With its freezing rain, ice and snow, winter poses many risks for drivers. Experts have several tips for safe driving that can apply to anyone in West Virginia. The first thing is to know how ice can affect driving. Since all-season tires cannot provide the traction needed for icy roads, they can easily cause drivers to lose control when braking or steering over icy patches. Black ice can catch drivers unaware because of its wet appearance.

Texting seen as more dangerous than marijuana behind the wheel

Marijuana can have many side effects on drivers, such as making them disoriented or reducing reaction time. However, people throughout West Virginia and the rest of the country believe that texting while driving is more hazardous than driving while influenced by marijuana. This was one of the findings of a poll commissioned by the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America. Overall, 98 percent of respondents said that texting while driving was a dangerous habit.

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