California Highway Patrol officers investigating a fatal accident on Interstate 15 in Hesperia in the early morning hours almost got run over by a 23-year old suspected drunken driver. The 23-year old man was arrested and booked for investigation of drunken driving after he drove through an accident scene that the officers had put
We all know that texting while driving is illegal.
If you ride a motorcycle, this could be important to you. The Highway Patrol, along with the Department of Motor Vehicles and the Office of Traffic Safety, have created a first-ever set of written guidelines on motorcycle lane-splitting. This is the maneuver that allows riders to legally pass vehicles in adjacent lanes by driving between them.
Every day millions of individuals travel on Southern California freeways. For the most part, motorists arrive at their destinations safely. What happens to those who do not?
Three people were killed on San Bernardino County roads over the weekend. Authorities are investigating to determine if the rainy weather was to blame.
Many times when a driver is turning at a fast speed, he or she can lose control of their vehicle, causing it to slide, hit something close by and then roll over. Most of these vehicles are pickup trucks, SUVs or vans.
Tractor-trailers are enormous motor vehicles that are seen all over the freeways. They are extremely complicated to operate. It only takes a split second for a potentially devastating and catastrophic truck accident to occur.
What happened in the Newhall Pass recently could very well happen in San Bernardino County. Did you hear about the nine big-rigs that collided in two crashes? One driver was hospitalized after being trapped in the wreckage for several hours.
August did not start well for at least five San Bernardino County drivers. Wednesday, the worst day of the week - three people died in vehicle accidents.
According to the San Bernardino County Sheriff Coroner's office, a 26-year old Bloomington man died when he lost control of his motorcycle.