When it comes to being a motorcycle enthusiast, there's no doubt that the level of joy you experience -- on a weekly or daily basis when piloting your bike -- is worth every penny you spent on your bike. Nevertheless, you need to stay safe and take serious precautions to ensure that you don't end up getting hurt in a motorcycle crash.
There is a lot of traffic here in Southern California, and passenger cars share the roads and freeways with a large number of trucks, notably 18-wheelers.
As the driver of a car, it is likely that you feel intimidated or scared when you come to pass a heavy vehicle on the road. It may be that you believe that it is driving too fast in respect to its load, or that you worry that the driver will not see you while you are overtaking.
The Orange County Transit Authority is responsible for the safety of its passengers. However, passengers should also be aware of some safety tips that can improve their overall bus-riding experience.
A 20-year-old Long Beach resident lost her life in a two-car crash nearby the intersection of Spring Street and Long Beach Boulevard on Monday, Jan. 19. The fatal car crash occurred just before 10:33 p.m.
People ride motorcycles year-round in California, and given the volume of traffic, accidents are always a possibility. When a motorcycle-car crash does occur, the motorcyclist is usually assumed to be at fault-at least from an insurance company's point of view.