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Suspected distracted driver accidents claim 2 lives in Ohio

Insurance companies recognized years ago that young drivers are more likely to get involved in car accidents. With the arrival of cellphones and texting technology, teenagers are even more likely to be involved in a distracted driver accident. The Ohio State Highway Patrol reported that two people were killed in separate crashes recently.

Ohio auto accident results in serious injuries for several people

Many experienced drivers take it for granted that their skills will prevent any mishaps. In reality, that's not always the case. Unfortunately, some motorists rely on their supposed skills to take unnecessary risks.  One Ohio auto accident was apparently caused by a driver's attempt to pass a large vehicle on a two-way highway. The resulting crash caused several to suffer serious injuries.

Victim of crash faces weeks of pain and suffering after dragging

Those who enjoy riding motorcycles willingly face the possible dangers that are posed by road conditions, adverse weather and distracted drivers. However, there are accidents that are preventable and result in a victim facing weeks or months of pain and suffering as they work to recover. A recent accident in Ohio has taken a heavy toll on one unfortunate victim.

GPS mistakes truck drivers make

Truck drivers use GPS (Global Positioning Systems) more than car drivers. Mostly, this is a good thing. GPS helps drivers deliver cargo to the proper destination on time, with as few navigational errors as possible.

Serious Ohio car accident attributed to wrong-way driver

Commuting by way of the local interstates can be a frustrating and even dangerous undertaking under the best of conditions. When conditions are less than favorable, such as during poor lighting or heavy traffic, then the risk of getting involved in a serious car accident often increases. An Ohio accident recently sent two drivers to local medical centers.

Technology advancements can help prevent a truck accident

During the first 70 plus years of the trucking industry, safety advances were limited and focused primarily on the skills and training of the driver and the equipment. However, during the past 30 years, technology has enabled the industry to make great strides in its safety enhancements. While not every trucking company is fully implementing the available tools, doing so could help ensure the safety of Ohio residents by preventing a tragic truck accident.

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