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Driver cited for reckless driving following car accident


Virginia drivers often see various types of vehicles traveling on and near the roadways. It is important for drivers to exercise due caution around all other vehicles with which they must share the road, from motorcycles to other passenger cars and commercial trucks. Failure to drive properly and safely could lead to a serious car accident.

Virginia police investigate a fatal two-car crash on I-95

Major roads in Virginia are not only easily accessible and convenient but are also heavily relied on by residents and local commuters. Although these roadways are beneficial, they can also be the stage for tragedy. It is common for drivers to witness various types of car accidents on the roads. Whether it is a simple fender bender or a multi-vehicle collision, injuries and damages could be a part of any type of crash. In some cases, an accident could be so severe that it takes the life of a driver or passenger.

Five-car crash in central Virginia results in injuries


Virginia residents know that the winter months mean possible snow and ice-covered roads. Winter conditions also mean that drivers must adjust their driving. Reducing speeds and keeping a safe distance from other vehicles is crucial. A negligent or distracted driver could easily lose control of their vehicle during inclement weather and cause an automobile collision.

Driver-less cars coming in the near future

It is unfathomable to think about a driver relaxing in the driver’s seat of a car, travelling down I-95 while reading a book. To many, that vision is the ultimate notion of distracted driving. However, in the next decade, this could be a regular occurrence. According to a recent study written by IHS Automotive, autonomous cars could be seen on American roads as soon as 2020.

Woman killed in accident

A 62-year-old man faces involuntary manslaughter and driving under the influences charges arising from a collision between two vehicles and resulted in the death of a 62-year-old woman. On Dec. 27, Henrico Police served warrants upon the suspected drunk driver who records show has a criminal history that includes a drug charge, a charge of public intoxication and a traffic violation. He is scheduled to be back in court on Jan. 27 for a hearing.

Even after Christmas, drivers must still be cautious

Now that Christmas has passed, the rush to return gifts that are too small, too big or just not right begins. Many retailers are opening at the early hours of December 26, and consumers appear ready. In fact, after Christmas sales represent a good proportion of holiday sales.

Selfies behind the wheel are a bad idea

The word "selfie" has reached a prominent status in pop culture lexicon. It has been dubbed "Word of the Year 2013" and use of the word has increased 17,000 percent (not kidding) over the last year according to Oxford Dictionaries. However, the specter of drivers taking selfies while behind the wheel has grabbed the attention of the American Automobile Association (AAA).

Proper child seat use declining, study says

The winter driving season brings a number of hazards that drivers must be aware of, including snowy roads, black ice and fog. While these hazards compel drivers to slow down and be vigilant about their surroundings, it creates added emphasis on safety for young children riding in cars.

Formal probe announced for Tesla car battery fires

In our prior post, we discussed the latest public relations issue involving electric car maker Tesla. Essentially, another fire emanating from a car battery made headlines and created strong suspicion that federal investigators would soon be involved.

Electric car maker sees third fire in test drives

Two months ago, fledgling car company Tesla appeared to be on a meteoric rise to superstardom. The electric sports car maker had received a slew of back orders for the release of its Model S, the car had performed well in crash tests, and the battery-powered car appeared to have the potential to change the market regarding gas powered cars.

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