If you’re like many American families, you’re hitting the highway sometime this summer or fall and travelling to enjoy some R&R with your friends and loved ones. This means many hours — or even several days — of driving, which can be dangerous, especially if you’re unaware of the risk factors and fail to take precautions. Commercial truck drivers log thousands of miles … [Read more...]
Is Your Choice of Car Going to be the Death of You?
Being able to drive a car is considered a rite of passage for most teens. Each year, the number of teens who take driving lessons grows. This is not unusual as teens of today are more independent and are eager to drive a car by themselves when they reach the age of 16. Additionally, many parents who can afford often give their children a car on their 16th birthday or when … [Read more...]
Driving with Children Passengers
Driving while carrying children passengers is subject to certain laws and requirements to ensure their safe transport. Many tend to forget about this especially for short distance trips. However, it is always best to safe than sorry. A driver should not be reckless when he or she is by himself but even more so if there are children passengers in the car. This is for the … [Read more...]
Dangerous driving is defined as purposely or recklessly courting danger while driving. It is comprised of doing activities that are bound to put the driver and other people on the road at risk as dictated by common sense. It is elementary that driving requires concentration and anything that serves to remove that concentration and distracts attention from the road should be … [Read more...]
Cancellation of Drivers’ License
Image: costaricantimes In the same manner that qualified individuals have the right to file for application of driver’s license, government can also revoke such rights for qualified reasons. There are two main grounds why concerned government agencies will pursue this course of action. One is because of a serious motoring offense and another is a medical condition that … [Read more...]