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Teacher killed in Michigan interstate accident

Michigan is home to some of the United States' best road trips. Positioned at the crossroads of the American Midwest and eastern Canada, many interstate highways and smaller roads cross the two parts of the Wolverine State. Unfortunately, some drives can have serious consequences for many more than the occupants of one vehicle.

What should I know about no-fault benefits in Michigan?

No one expects a car accident, so they are more jarring than many other life events when they happen. Complicated systems involving insurance and civil law help protect the victims of these crashes. Victims often fare better when they are more aware of these systems before they try to take action and get their lives back together.

Car accidents take more teen lives than any other cause

If you're 18 or older, you have made it out of what some experts call "the most dangerous two years of your life." These happen at ages 16 and 17. One researcher says that, among those who die unexpectedly before their time, the odds are highest that it happens during those two years.

4 frightening statistics about fatigued driving

Driving while you're overly fatigued is a recipe for disaster. Many people think of truckers first when considering drowsy driving; after all, they're on the road constantly for work, putting in long hours. However, the reality is that anyone who drives while tired is a potential risk, whether it's the office worker commuting to the suburbs, the college student driving home after class or the exhausted worker who dragged himself or herself out of bed to head in for the day.

Speed presumed cause of fatal accident

Some of the roads in St. Clair Shores, Michigan, are in need of repair, and unfortunately, the money necessary to take care of them often gets misdirected elsewhere. As a result, some car crashes happen as a direct result of problems like potholes. That was looked into as a possibility in a recent accident.

Just say no to eating and driving

The drivers of St. Clair Shores, Michigan, may do a lot of things to stay safe while out on the roads. They may put seat belts on themselves and their passengers and check everything from the tires to the windshield wipers before going out. They may also be careful, once driving, to pay attention to weather conditions, road conditions, other vehicles and pedestrians. They may even believe that they are avoiding distracted driving by not texting or calling. However, there is another form of distracted driving that leads to a lot of car accidents: eating.

Car crash kills 2

Fortunately, St. Clair Shores, Michigan, has many safe drivers who care about themselves, their passengers, the occupants of other vehicles and pedestrians, and so take every precaution to make sure that they are in good shape when out on the roads in order to minimize the probability of causing an accident. Unfortunately, there are other drivers who drink and drive and thus are very highly likely to cause car accidents. For that reason, it is very important for the police to crack down on all incidents of drinking and driving, preventing as many accidents before they happen.

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