You tour the nursing home and it seems great. Everyone is nice and friendly and it looks clean.
A man had been ordered to use an ignition interlock device (IID) to start his vehicle. The IID retested him every 20 minutes or so, asking him to blow again even as he drove. This is done to prevent a sober person from blowing to start the car and then simply drinking in the vehicle.
You've heard that the weekends are the most dangerous time to be on the road, but you feel like it must be a mistake. After all, with everyone participating in that daily commute all week, wouldn't weekdays see higher traffic levels, more congestion and more accidents?
Any time you get behind the wheel of a motor vehicle, there is some degree of risk involved. Certain factors can contribute to that risk, increasing the potential for a collision and serious injuries or death. For people who live in Michigan, particularly the Upper Peninsula, the powerful winter weather can be a major factor that contributes to risk in a vehicle.
You're trapped in a car after an accident. While you're only stuck for five minutes, until the authorities arrive and pull you out, the car starts on fire. You suffer a number of burns, which are the worst of your injuries.
When a pedestrian is hit by a car, a lot of factors influence the odds of injury or death. The size of the vehicle could play a role, for instance, as could the age of the pedestrian.