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August 2017 Archives

Children’s fad toys may need closer review for dangers

As reported by CNN, children’s toys can become famously in-demand almost overnight. The fidget spinner is just such a phenomenon. Bursting on the scene in 2017, and with many kids owning and carrying multiple spinners at a time, it remains all the rage.

Data shows distracted driving worse problem than thought

Many people in The Woodlands lead very busy lives. This means that it can be difficult to unplug from personal devices, even when behind the wheel. Unfortunately, this kind of irresponsible behavior can lead to serious or even deadly car wrecks.

How dangerous is distracted driving?

From cell phone use to communicating with other people who are riding in the vehicle, drivers can become distracted for a smorgasbord of reasons. Sometimes, drivers become distracted but do not cause a crash, which happens often. Sadly, this can cause some people to forget just how dangerous distracted driving really is. From the loss of life to permanent injuries and financial problems, these crashes take place too often and upend the lives of many people.

Freeway collision near Corsicana kills three

What many of those whose actions (whether they be intentional or not) result in them driving recklessly on the roads in and around The Woodlands fail to realize is that not only are they putting their own lives on the line, but they are endangering others on the road around them, as well. During periods of heavy traffic in particular, unsafe or irresponsible driving can be that much more dangerous. What may begin as a collision between two vehicles can quickly involve multiple cars and several people, with the one’s whose actions caused such accidents often failing to experience the worst of them.

New teen drivers endanger many during summer months

If you are hitting the road within the next few weeks, be aware that the kid next door may also be behind the wheel. You may have cheered when the neighbor got home with a shiny new Texas driver's license, but (admit it!) you probably shuddered a little, too. According to the latest research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, you have every reason to be concerned.