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Keeping drivers awake may prevent personal injury incidents

A Virginia driver is responsible for making smart decisions that will not needlessly endanger others. This means avoiding distraction, finding another ride when intoxicated and avoiding operating a vehicle when extremely fatigued. Tired driving is dangerous, and it significantly increases the chance of a personal injury incident. 

How can you prevent accidents in winter weather?

Winter weather in Virginia can be unpredictably varied, especially in the northern portions of the state. It is entirely possible that you may need to face the hazard of driving in winter weather. Even if you can avoid winter weather in Virginia, your travel plans may take you out of state where snow and ice could potentially pose an even greater threat.

Mother of driver killed in collision sues Weather Channel

Storm chasers obtain dramatic footage of dangerous weather events like tornadoes for television viewers in Virginia and other areas of the country to marvel at. Critics, including viewers and journalists alike, have raised concerns over whether the risks of driving into the areas where dangerous storms occur justifies the results.

Remove tripping hazards from a home

Many Virginia residents feel safe when they are at their homes. However, most falls occur at home and falls can sometimes result in serious injuries. It is important for people to go through their homes and make sure they identify places where someone might slip or trip so they can prevent these incidents before they happen.

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