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Florida car accidents often take terrible tolls on lives

Florida residents are aware that the metropolitan roadways are heavily traveled and can pose a danger no matter the day of the week or hour. Car accidents can occur with no warning and may take a terrible toll on the victims or their surviving loved ones. One recent wreck was reportedly caused by both intoxication and speed.

Night time travel may play role in Florida car accidents

Regardless of the time of day, the highways around all larger cities and towns, including Tampa, do not lack for motorists. Night time travel may create its own problems for any driver, especially those who lack experience, which may contribute to an increased risk for causing serious car accidents. One recent wreck has forever changed the lives of three Florida families.

Bovines cause car accidents that killed Florida man

There are likely many obstacles and hazards that Florida drivers are always on the lookout for while traveling throughout the state. Unfortunately not every scenario can be planned for and avoided if it appears without expectation, which could result in serious car accidents. Recently, several drivers came upon an unexpected hazard in the form of escaped bovines.

Car accidents: 1 dead in Florida

Police have confirmed that one person is dead and two others are injured following a crash on Highway 90. Florida Highway Patrol, which responds to car accidents on the state's highway system, were on the scene of this accident the evening of Nov. 6. Charges are not expected to be filed as the individual believed responsible for the crash perished. 

Child killed in one of Florida's worst car accidents

A toddler was killed in a horrible crash while traveling with her family last week. The accident that took place in the Tampa area left one child dead and a man facing homicide charges. It is said to be one of the worst car accidents in the area recently.

Is it safer to drive a newer vehicle?

There are multiple factors that determine the severity of a Florida car crash. From the speed of the two vehicles to the direction that a car is facing at the time of impact, there are multiple things that ultimately determine the nature of a victim's injuries or the damage done to the car itself.

Florida car accidents: 7 injured, 1 killed in head-on crash

All drivers in Florida have likely experienced moments of frustration due to slower moving traffic. Often in those situations, however, the best option is to remain patient as attempts to pass slower traffic in certain situations -- such as when there are only two lanes of traffic -- can lead to car accidents if proper care is not taken. Unfortunately, police believe that a recent fatal crash was caused by a driver who was attempting to pass a tractor-trailer.

Is your vehicle among the deadliest in the United States?

Most Florida drivers have an idea of what they consider their dream cars. Many factors may have gone into deciding on the car you have always wanted, including looks and engine power. Of course, safety should also act as a top concern, but this aspect often goes overlooked by many people simply hoping to get the vehicle they want.

The long-term effect of alcohol on a driver's actions

You know that alcohol can alter a person's mind and affect his or her actions, but alcohol can also affect a driver's long-term cognitive ability. A new study shows that habitual drinkers could develop memory problems from alcohol over the years, even if they only drank moderately. 

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