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Rollover crashes: 3 factors play a role

If you were in a rollover crash, one of your most pressing concerns is likely how to prevent another rollover from affecting you ever again. You may be interested to know what has to happen for a rollover to occur, so you can better prepare your vehicle and yourself if you're driving in the future.

What happens when you suffer a brain injury?

When you suffer from a traumatic brain injury (TBI), it's hard to deal with the changes in your own body. Despite having no physical injury to your body other than your brain, you may struggle to walk or speak. You may have weakness or deal with other problems. It's hard to handle, but fortunately, recovery is possible, at least to a degree, in most cases.

Why does a rollover crash happen?

You were traveling on the highway when another vehicle attempted to enter your lane too close to the front of your car. You quickly slammed on your brakes and swerved to avoid a collision. Unfortunately, that only resulted in a crash with another vehicle and then sent you rolling down an embankment.

Winter hazards aren't gone yet, be prepared to protect yourself

The winter is nearly over, but even in spring, there is a risk of a winter weather-related accident. Snow, sleet, ice and freezing temperatures make the roads risky for anyone, even the most experienced drivers. To stay safe, you need to prepare yourself for wet, slick roads and other drivers.

What can you do to protect a new teen driver?

It's a dream most teens have: Getting behind the wheel of their new vehicles. Getting a driver's license is a kind of rite of passage to adulthood, but it puts a strain on many parents. It's scary to think that your child will be in a vehicle on his or her own, and there's no question that driving is potentially hazardous.

Driving safe in the winter helps prevent crashes

Winter weather is here, and with it comes many dangers on the roads. Storms impact different regions in a variety of ways, and some areas are better prepared than others. While your area might be well-equipped to handle ice and snow, there are still some things you should know about being safe in the winter.

Merritt Parkway not suitable for large trucks due to low bridges

When low overpasses run across highways, there's no way that large vehicles can fit under them. Trying to do so puts others in danger, since the vehicle could end up colliding with the bridges and walkways. Slamming on the brakes to prevent a crash could actually cause one, too.

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