In 2016, 44 percent of fatally injured drivers with known drug test results had drugs in their system. This is according to a new study from the Governors Highway Safety Association. Drivers in Texas will want to know more about the study and what its implications are.
Motorhome owners in Texas anticipate long trips with their recreational vehicles, but an RV tire produced by Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. appears likely to fail during extended use at highway speeds. In June 2002, the manufacturer issued a service bulletin about tire model G159 that authorized free replacement tires for some owners. At that point, Goodyear had processed at least 20 claims about tire failures that caused injury or death. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and attorneys for victims want to know why the company did not issue a recall.
Car accidents come in many forms. Vehicles can crash into the front, sides or rear of another vehicle, and in any of these instances, there is the potential that the outcomes could prove severe. Because you want to avoid being involved in a car accident as best you can, you need to remain aware of your surroundings.
At one time or another in their lives, Texans are likely to be involved in some type of motor vehicle accident ranging from a fender-bender to a multi-car crash with serious injuries. Knowing what to do when this happens is essential.