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How To Feel Better After A Car Accident

Feel better after a car accident by… 1. Focusing on taking care of yourself. It’s okay to take a little time out of your day for some self-care. If you’re sore, shaken up, or injured in any way, don’t be afraid to stay home, camp out on the sofa, and…

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What Happens When You Experience Delayed Pain After An Accident

Given the speed and force involved when motor vehicles collide, it’s no surprise that the results can be severe. You should consider yourself lucky if you don’t have to leave the scene in an ambulance. But you could still be hurt and not know it yet. Some injuries don’t present…

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Aggressive Driving

A new analysis of aggressive driving data confirms some long-held beliefs: when men are behind the wheel, they are more aggressive and tend to speed, tailgate, merge dangerously, and make rude gestures or honk at other drivers more than women. But women also engage in some dangerous driving habits, like…

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Driving In Snow and Ice

Here are some excellent tips for driving safely on ice and snow from the smart people at Car and Driver. 1. Drive Super Smoothly The key to safe driving in snow is being smooth with the steering wheel, accelerator, and brakes. Why? Jerky movements with the controls easily unstick tires…

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The Importance of Seat Belt Use

Last week, I lost a dear friend to a one-car automobile accident. He wasn’t using his seat belt at the time of the accident. Wearing your seatbelt as a front-seat passenger can limit your chances of moderate to fatal injury by 50% and of dying by 45%. (NHTSA) Wearing your…

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Injuries To Not Overlook After An Accident

Most people assume that severe injuries only occur in catastrophic accidents, but even minor accidents can be fatal or debilitating. In fact, victims often overlook potentially serious injuries when they are in minor accidents, and that can place them at higher risk for long-term complications. Learn more about the most…

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New Year’s Eve Tips

New Years Eve is a great chance to celebrate the yea and the coming of a new one. However, these celebrations also come with great dangers and responsibilities. Here are a few tips to keep in mind as you make your New Years plans! Happy New Year New Years Eve…

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When To See A Doctor After An Auto Accident

How Long Do You Have To Go To A Doctor After A Car Accident? After getting into a car accident, one of the first steps you should take is to seek medical attention to be assessed for accident-related injuries. In the United States, more than four million individuals are injured…

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Holiday Driving

The holiday season brings a number of challenges that make safe driving difficult. During this time of year, there can be difficult weather conditions, limited daylight, and drivers in unfamiliar areas. Here are six ways you can drive safely this holiday season. 1. Plan Ahead Before you start your trip,…

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Driving and COVID

Getting back into the real world of a reopened economy also means getting back into your car more frequently, sometimes with other people. Think of a vehicle as a tiny living space. OK, you’re already paranoid. So start by maintaining, as best as possible within that space, the practices shared…