If you've just had an accident, everything feels a little sideways. Lights are flashing, smoke is rising and the ring of steel on steel or broken glass can linger in your ears. It can be a fragile time, when emotions are running high at the same point that actions matter the most.
It's hard to have a full life in most of California without a car. There are drawbacks to motor vehicle ownership, such as traffic jams and maintenance costs, but nothing beats the freedom and reliability of your own car or truck. Just like other freedoms, though, car ownership can come with a price.
A California police officer who had previously served in the Marines was killed in a car accident on Aug. 10, 2018. He had been working as a law enforcement officer for 19 years at the time of his passing. He was 46 years old.
You're driving down the freeway in California when another driver starts to merge into your lane without signaling. You panic and pull the steering wheel to the side, desperately trying to avoid the collision.
The California State controller was involved in a car accident on Friday, July 13. It was near the Posey Tube, and the crash was so bad that all of the lanes were blocked until emergency crews could get things cleaned up and moving again.
Have you ever heard someone tell a motorcycle rider or a cyclist to wear bright clothes or a reflective jacket? Wearing something that stands out makes it easier for other drivers to see these small vehicles on the road.
A Chevrolet Corvette crashed into a farming truck on a Saturday morning in California, and it ended with the Corvette engulfed in flames on the side of the road.
Commuters often cheer when they see that speed limits have been increased on the roads they use most often, but should they be thrilled that they can legally drive a bit faster? Or should they be concerned that the higher speed limits are putting them and everyone else in serious danger?
A woman was killed while jogging in California, and the driver originally fled the scene. However, he later came forward and turned himself in to the police.
Three motorists were killed and another was severely injured by an alleged drunk driver on the Huntington Beach portion of the Pacific Coast Highway early in the morning of Thursday, March 29. The incident occurred just before 1 a.m.