A general rule of driving these days is to never hold a cell phone while driving. But in the next two weeks especially, drivers across Washington are advised to keep their eyes on the road.
With the recent heavy snowfall in the Puget Sound area, its important that drivers be wary of driving in the snow, especially with black ice present. Komo News reported that snowstorms in February have resulted in 3,000 vehicle crashes across Washington, from jack-knifed tractor-trailers closing Interstate 90 near Vantage to live chickens released on the highway near Olympia. Many of these crashes were due to black ice.
After a car accident occurs, the first thing people want to do is get their car fixed. Insurance companies will recommend “preferred” auto shops. Typically, these shops have relationships with he insurance companies and may not always have your best… READ MORE
What are the rules surrounding new teenage drivers using their intermediate licenses? Intermediate licensing of drivers aged 16-18 in Washington comes with several important restrictions. Mainly, the limitations involve driving late at night and driving with other minors in the… READ MORE
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