Don't think for a second that once springtime hits, you're in the clear in terms of dangerous driving conditions. Though it might not be very common, a snowstorm, flurry or blizzard can strike at any moment in the spring -- especially if you're located in the mountainous regions of Georgia. There's also the fact that weather is more unpredictable than ever these days -- we just don't know when severe weather conditions will strike.
There's nothing worse than falling asleep behind the wheel in terms of car accidents. Even drunk driving and texting while driving are less risky behaviors than continuing to drive your automobile with heavy-lidded eyes.
Some scammers will attempt to pull off a staged car accident. This is where the scammer lures an unsuspecting victim into a traffic collision to make it appear as though the victim holds the most liability. A common example is the T-bone accident, which occurs when the scammer waits for your car to go through an intersection, hits the gas pedal and collides with your vehicle. The scammer, as well as a few phony witnesses, will claim you ran the stop sign even though you drove safely.
A tour bus was heading to the Masters, the top golf tournament in the United States, when it was involved in a serious accident. The bus was driving down I-20 East, and it was fairly close to Augusta when it left the roadway and flipped over. While trying to get the vehicle under control, the driver over-corrected and rolled it.
There is nothing worse than the thought of finding yourself behind the wheel with your eyes slowing beginning to close. If this happens, it's critical that you pull to safety and get some rest as soon as possible.