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Drowsy driving and how you can avoid it

Drowsiness is one condition many people do not realize leads to car accidents and death on the roads of Atlanta. Most motorists are aware of when they are tired and not feeling their best to drive. However, their fatigue does not deter them from driving. If you are in the habit of driving while tired, you may think it is a normal aspect of driving. It is not, but it can cause you to drive in the same reckless manner as a drunk motorist.

What happens if your air bags fail?

You hope you are never involved in a motor vehicle accident, but you know that this could happen at any time. The nice thing about modern vehicles is that they are equipped with all the best safety features and technology. This can go a long way in helping you avoid trouble on the road.

Memorial Day kicks off the 100 deadliest days for teens to drive

Memorial Day weekend marks the start of period which American Automobile Association (AAA) calls the "100 deadliest days" of the summer. It's during this timeframe, when teenage drivers are out of school for the summer, that they are most involved in car crashes. In fact, teens are 16 percent more likely to be involved in fatal accidents during this period than any other time of the year.

The many dangers of driving high

The last few years have seen an undeniable normalization of marijuana for both medical and recreation enjoyment. In some states, this normalization has coincided with legalization, and its advocates would have you believe that there have been no downsides. Research reveals, however, that there is a direct correlation between fatal car accidents and marijuana use after legalization. There are a few things you should know when it comes to the dangers of driving while high. Myths enable impaired driving Devoted marijuana advocates may claim that the substance grants them concentration that improves their driving skills. This is an often cited myth, in fact, that serves to enable driving while under the influence. In reality, marijuana contains THC, which can alter your perception and ultimately impair your driving abilities. It is important not to fall prey to falsehoods like this when it comes to driving safely.

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