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What common characteristics do drowsy drivers share?

Do you get seven to nine hours of sleep every night? If you do, you may be part of a small number of people who do. The more likely scenario is that you hope to get that much sleep on the weekend or whatever days you have off from your employment. However, even then, you may have family or other obligations that keep you from getting enough sleep regardless of what day of the week it is.

How do you know if a driver was at fault for your crash?

When you're driving, you might notice that not every driver is doing what they're supposed to. One person might be speeding. Another might be weaving in and out of traffic. In general, people aren't always great at following traffic laws, and that can put them and others at risk of being involved in a crash.

Blacksburg celebrates first snow but sees crashes, stuck vehicles

Located in Montgomery County, Blacksburg is a beautiful town to live in. There are lots of friendly people and plenty of things to do. Unfortunately, like many other places, there is still a risk of getting hit by a car or suffering an injury as a result of other people's actions.

Steps to take after a car accident

Most Blacksburg area drivers understand the importance of driving safely. They obey traffic laws and pay attention to their surroundings. Despite doing everything right an accident can still occur. If a person finds themselves involved in a car accident, there are certain things they should do.

Teen drivers in Virginia are known to cause car accidents

While the stories may sometimes be a little overblown, there is considerable truth behind the common perception that teenage drivers tend to cause car accidents at a higher rate. For example, recent statistics showed that, financially, teenage drivers are costing more than their fair share when it comes to car accidents.

Hands-free devices may help reduce the number of accidents

A previous post on this blog talked about how the Virginia Legislature passed a law that will ban motorists in this state from holding their phones while their vehicles are in motion. The previous post suggested that, while the law will probably help keep drivers from holding their phones, it may not do much in the way of reducing car accidents related to distracted driving.

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