Schools will look different this year, with some students returning to the classroom and others learning from home. After a long absence, school buses will soon resume their routes – and provide a sense of the familiar as families adjust to a “new normal.”
Picture this: A man walks into a bar. No, this isn’t the start of a joke. In fact, there’s nothing funny about this story’s end. Fast forward a few hours. The patron, now stumbling and sloppy, leaves the bar, clutching his keys. He gets behind the wheel and attempts to drive home. In the best case scenario, blue lights are flashing before the driver exits the parking lot.
Whether you’re fighting traffic or struggling to find a space at the grocery store, you’ve likely experienced some frustration behind the wheel. Most of us have complained about our city’s drivers at one time or another, and as it turns out, while they’re not the worst, South Carolina drivers are pretty close.
Big Rigs. Big Problems. Vehicle accidents can share many similarities, but a collision between a truck and a car is often more severe than a crash involving two cars. Commercial trucks are much larger and heavier than the cars that surround them on the road, making them a potential hazard even in the best of conditions.
Traffic Accident Stats & How to Avoid Becoming One