A recent study shows that teens are likelier to be involved in deadly car crashes during the summer months, and distracted driving may be one reason.
As most people in Roanoke know, teenage drivers experience a significantly higher rate of accidents than older and more experienced motorists.
A new study published in the American Journal of Infection Control found that adding just one patient to a nurse’s already heavy workload adds one hospital-acquired infection to every 1,000 patients admitted to the facility.
Reports indicate that four motorcyclists were killed in Virginia over the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
According to police reports, motorcyclists accounted for 50 percent of the traffic fatalities that took place in Virginia over the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
Truckers may avoid accidents by monitoring speeds based on vehicle, road and traffic conditions, as well as following federal safety guidelines.
Those who operate tractor trailers in Virginia must take special training before receiving a commercial driver’s license.
With prime motorcycling season here, bikers in Virginia should take a refresher course on the risks associated with sharing roads with other vehicles.
To motorcycling enthusiasts, the Roanoke Valley and surrounding area provides a virtual natural playground for two-wheeled enjoyment.
Claims under business interruption insurance policies from losses due to the pandemic are raising questions about policy exclusions for harm from viruses, pandemics or diseases and whether the presence or potential presence of the coronavirus equals physical damage.
Virginia residents can benefit from understanding the six very distinct levels of autonomous vehicles. These range from no automation to complete automation in which no human driver would be needed or used.