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North Carolina car accident kills 1 outside of victim's home

In general, most motor vehicle accidents appear to be due to preventable driving behaviors. Obviously, when individuals engage in these behaviors, the potential for a car accident increases. When actions are not taken to prevent an accident, the probability for tragedy to occur rises, which may have been the case when a North Carolina man was recently killed as he arrived home one evening.

Woman dies in car accident moments after Facebook post

The law can be slow to catch up to modern technology. For example, it is against the law to text and drive in North Carolina. The law was passed in 2009, and does not specifically prohibit accessing social media like Facebook or Twitter on your mobile device. However, the statute does ban any typing on a cellphone to communicate with others, so some social media activity may be covered.

Road rage comes back to haunt driver in car accident

A viral video that humorously depicts the dangers of road rage has been making the rounds of the Internet since it was posted on March 26. Fortunately, nobody was hurt in this car accident, but most people in Raleigh know that driving too aggressively to “get back” at another driver is reckless, and can cause serious injury.

North Carolina college student on spring break dies in car crash

An alleged drunk driver was involved in a spring break car accident that cost the life of a North Carolina college student. The suspect could be charged with felonies in connection with the crash. The deceased woman was a student at Duke University, and a native of Cary.

It was no car accident: vehicle in Raleigh struck 4 times

Most stories that we share about car accidents in this blog involve at least one driver acting negligently. But sometimes, a collision between two cars is not an accident, but a frightening and dangerous assault. A negligent driver can cause serious injury to other people in a car accident without meaning to; a driver ramming another vehicle on purpose may be even more likely to hurt someone.

NHTSA wants car seats to be safer for T-bone car accidents

Car seats have been standard equipment for parents of young children for many years. It has become almost automatic to strap a little child into the car seat before driving him or her around town. Besides keeping the tyke from roaming through the vehicle, these seats are supposed to help keep them safe if there is a car accident.

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