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Head-on collision caused by drunk driver; man sentenced

When people make the decision to still try and drive after they have consumed alcohol, they are putting everyone around them at instant risk of being injured or killed. This includes their own safety and that of their passengers and other motorists who are driving near them. Often, because they are incapacitated in some way, they do not recognize the seriousness of the decision they are making. This is why it is strongly encouraged that people in New Jersey make responsible plans for their transportation before they participate in parties where alcohol is present. 

Truck accidents and a shortage of truckers

Tractor trailers are an essential part of the American economy, as they deliver goods to all parts of the country. Trucking companies rely on reliable and qualified truck drivers to get loads to their destination and meet tight deadlines. While there are nearly 3.5 million truck drivers in the country, a surprising 160,000 truck driving jobs will go unfilled within the next 10 years. This shortage of qualified truck drivers may lead to an increase in large truck accidents

What are the hazards of driving at night?

Many people are not through with their day once the sun sets. As winter approaches and the days gradually become shorter, nighttime driving is a part of daily life. While you may be familiar with navigating the roadways in the dark, you may not fully understand the dangers that come with driving at night. Nighttime driving is associated with certain hazards that increase your risk of becoming involved in a deadly car accident. It is critical that you are aware of these dangers so you can minimize this risk and stay safe while driving at night. 

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