Tennessee car accident victims may find that they are suffering from severe neck pain, back pain and headaches in the days or weeks following a serious car accident. These symptoms could relate to the medical condition known as whiplash -- one of the most common problems that people have after a jarring auto collision.
In the wake of several fatal car accidents that involved autonomous and semiautonomous vehicles, it seems that the fervor and excitement that surrounded this technology has begun to cool. Consumers, however, are still excited about the numerous benefits associated with a world without drivers, but they're realizing this dream could take some time to finally become a reality.
Some drivers seem to operate their vehicles the same no matter what the external weather conditions happen to be. However, weather conditions will have a dramatic effect on a motorist's ability to brake, turn and maintain control of their vehicles. For this reason, it's necessary that motorists adjust their driving to reflect the current weather conditions. Not only is this the smart thing to do -- it's the law.
It's kind of difficult to believe, but if Tennessee motorists simply obeyed all of the traffic rules, drivers could circumvent the vast majority of car accidents and hundreds of lives would be saved every year. Unfortunately, we do not currently live in a society of rule followers and many drivers invariable break the law in countless ways every time they get behind the wheel.
When you were young, your parents probably told you to wait two hours to swim after eating. But did anyone ever warn you against eating while driving? With the proliferation of drive-through fast food restaurants, it’s become an oddly accepted societal norm in this country—even though such behavior is actually quite dangerous.