Everyone has memories from learning how to drive. You probably remember your dad adding little pieces of advice as you travel the backstreets of your town. He may have mentioned that you need to be a “defensive driver.”
Most drivers know how dangerous the roads are during the winter in Pennsylvania. Between slushy snowfall and icy streets, winter offers a variety of risks for residents. That’s why most drivers welcome spring with open arms once the temperatures start to rise.
Imagine you are in a severe car accident. You can get out of the car without any significant pain and assess the damage to your vehicle and the other driver. They ask if you want to go to the hospital, but you don't think you have any injuries. What do you say?
Car crashes come with a long list of expenses: repairs, medical treatments, insurance fees and possibly a new vehicle. However, drivers rarely think about how a severe accident impacts investments, especially their retirement funds.
There are many things it is very important for drivers here in Pennsylvania to do following a winter storm. This includes clearing the snow and ice off the tops of their vehicles. Failing to do this can create serious dangers out on the roads.
Car accidents are some of the most shocking incidents that can happen in people's lives, and they are responsible for many serious injuries and deaths.
A car accident can happen in seconds -- and they're absolutely terrifying to most people. Once the initial shock is over, confusion usually sets in simply because most people aren't in car accidents often enough to know exactly what they should do in the aftermath.
Pennsylvania certainly got a big dose of winter weather in the fall as snow covered much of the state recently. It was a bit earlier than we're accustomed to for a big snowstorm and caught some drivers unprepared. It was a reminder that winter will be here for real soon.
She was the kindergarten teacher all the kids loved -- the one parents hoped would be assigned to teach their little ones. However, when classes start in her school district this fall, a different teacher will be sitting behind her desk.
Two members of a Canadian family were killed on July 4 in a tragic crash in Northeastern Pennsylvania.