National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) statistics show that 187 annual motorist fatalities in the United States result from collisions with large animals including deer.
When most people select their auto insurance policies, they either go online and choose one or call an agent who offers them some recommendations. A few days later, they get the actual policy mailed to them and promptly tuck it away in the car with the registration. Few actually read — or fully understand — the terms.
Being part of a motor vehicle accident is every bit as stressful and scary as it sounds. This holds true even if you were not at fault and there isn't a lot of damage.
Like many, you may find yourself sitting in rush hour traffic one day after the next. Although this is a way of life and something you are used to, it doesn't make it any easier to deal with.
Sharing the road with any type of vehicle may be enough to make you nervous. However, when you're in close proximity to large trucks, it can be even more stressful.
When you leave your house to go shopping, you may not think much about your wellbeing. You assume that you'll get what you want and return home, all without running into any trouble.