Soon, national newscasts will be filled with pictures of snow covered roads and vehicle pile-ups in northern cities. Southern California is lucky to avoid these issues but there are still serious accidents caused by our own winter weather like rainfall and heavy fog.
The U.S. federal government has set a lofty goal to eliminate traffic deaths by the year 2046. The 30-year timeframe is a popular figure and doesn't originate with the Obama administration, but was first implemented in Sweden back in 1997 and elsewhere over the past two decades.
A 53-year old man from Hesperia lost control of his vehicle and crashed into the back of a Range Rover on the 15 Freeway in Victorville the other day. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
With holidays approaching, people are out and about doing their Christmas shopping, going to lunches and parties, visiting friends. People are walking and talking, and hopefully paying attention to their surroundings, especially while crossing the streets.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration encourages mutual respect between bicyclists and motorists to enhance safety for everyone on the road.
Did you know that your insurance company offers underinsured motorist coverage? What is that, you ask? California law requires all drivers to carry at least a minimal amount of liability insurance in order to operate a vehicle legally. However, not all drivers comply with this law.
Even though most people drive to wherever they are going in San Bernardino County, there are still those that walk. Most pedestrians know to cross at a crosswalk.
A 41-year old Sacramento man driving on Highway 247 near Barstow the other afternoon drifted into oncoming traffic. It is not known what caused him to do so.
Those of you out in the ocean this past weekend enjoying the beautiful weather might have seen the coast guard's boat patrolling.
The Hesperia Sheriff's Department reported that a 40-year old man walking in the middle of the road the other evening died after being hit by two vehicles.