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man driving with wireless earphones airpods, distracted driving

When Apple Airpods first came on the market in December 2016, the small earbuds changed how we listen to music. Earbuds are a common sight everywhere; from gyms and college campuses to trains and airplanes. Smartphone users increasingly use earbuds to have hands-free conversations. Bluetooth headphones seem to have made day-to-day tasks more convenient, simply by eliminating the wire. But has it caused more of a distraction too?

You may think that a “brake check” would startle the driver, make them realize how close they were to you, and cause them to increase their following distance. However, this microaggression can be an act of road rage itself—and the California Highway Patrol (CPH) advises against it. It could cause a rear-end accident or multi-vehicle pileup. Or, it could spark a retaliatory road rage incident. Although the following driver is usually at fault for a rear-end accident, if you slam on your brakes causing the other driver to hit you, you may be determined to be responsible.

Astroworld Music Festival 2021 - Travis Scott

Eight people died and hundreds of more attendees were injured at the rapper, Travis Scott’s Astroworld Music Festival late Friday evening. The narrative of events included violent stampedes, thousands of fans jumping fences, rushing the stage, and crushing concertgoers. Surviving attendees stated they had difficulty breathing as the rush of people became tighter and tighter.

Halloween drunk driving car accident

Halloween activities should involve light-hearted fun and maybe a little too much candy. What should Halloween NOT involve? Tragic real-life nightmare accidents, long-lasting injuries, or devastating losses. Halloween is a holiday that is celebrated in many different ways, by people of all ages. No age group is really immune from being injured in DUI accidents and pedestrian accidents on Halloween.

car accident freeway debris

Debris on the roadway can be one of the scariest experiences for drivers. It comes out of nowhere, and when traveling at fast speeds it might be unavoidable. Debris can cause serious damage to your car, or it may be the cause of an accident. Flying debris can be anything that comes out of a moving vehicle, from furniture to rocks to oil spills. There are about 200,000 motor vehicle accidents each year that are caused by road debris and result in 500 deaths, according to AAA.

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