According to a recent study, the golden state is home to far too many people who engage in poor driver etiquette. Every state has their fair share of bad drivers. From doing makeup to texting, distracted driving is one of the leading causes of driving problems. However, California has been ranked as having the worst…

One San Diego family has come together to raise awareness and to bring to justice the individual responsible for a local hit-and-run accident that has tragically left a motorcyclist – and a father of three – with life-threatening injuries. According to San Diego NBC 7 (5/14/2015), the accident occurred when the motorcyclist was changing lanes….

Using a cell phone while driving is already banned if you’re using a four-wheel vehicle, but according to KABC 7 in Los Angeles, California lawmakers want to extend that ban to stop distracted driving in those using two wheels as well. When it comes to riding either in a car or on a bicycle, the…

According to details from KTLA, the California Legislature is looking into the possibility of researching electronic license plates for vehicles.  The measure could help pull the state out of its deficit, but might be more hazardous as drivers can be vulnerable to car accidents caused distracted driving. A national campaign has been launched by government…

A new law will require ignition lock systems to be installed on drunk drivers’ automobiles, according to details from the Sacramento Bee.  This is a measure that will hopefully reduce the amount of fatal car accidents caused by drunk driving — roughly 30 percent of 2008 California wrongful deaths on the road. Drunk driving is…

The San Diego Union Tribune is reporting the annual “Click It or Ticket” car accident injury-prevention campaign is shifting into overdrive in California.  The campaign is designed to prevent personal injuries in car accidents and tell drivers that wearing a seat belt remains a fast, easy way to limit injuries. From 1880s until today, seat…

Good news, California!  Our roads have seen a decline in wrongful deaths over the past three years! The LA Times writes that California roads that there was a 14% decrease in fatal car accidents statewide from 2007 to 2008, with 3,434 wrongful deaths reported from traffic accidents in 2008.  The statistics for 2009 will be…

Ah…California, the Golden State. Everyone who ventures out wests expects a laid back attitude, with fun in the sun and beach parties, all day, everyday.  What they might not expect is that California is cracking down and getting very strict about laws concerning cellphones and drivers. Since the summer of 2008, California State Law requires…

A woman suspected of driving under the influence/DUI and speeding got into a car accident and crashed into a Chevron gas station in Orange, California.  The car accident happened at about 11:30 p.m. when the 21-year-old woman apparently lost control of her BMW while taking a curve on Main Street just before Chapman Avenue.

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