In the movies, a car speeding the wrong direction down the highway is often played for laughs. In real life, it's terrifying. It also probably happens more often than you realize.
Police have charged a 20-year-old Louisiana woman with the negligent homicide of her infant daughter after a car accident.
You're a safe, responsible driver, right? You always put your cell phone down, put your seat belt on, keep your speed down and never drive drunk. What else could you possibly be doing to endanger yourself and others?
Is business taking you out of Louisiana and into the north anytime soon? With much of the northern United States seeing major snowstorms this winter, it's important to make sure that you're prepared to handle the drive.
All you have to do is watch a few car ads these days to realize that the big buzzwords driving marketing and sales have less and less to do with "toughness" and "speed" and far more to do with safety.
Is the winter holiday season really such a dangerous time for drivers?
A Texas woman was awarded a $43.5 million civil verdict against a Louisiana-based oil field services company and one of its vehicle's drivers. The jury found that the plaintiff was a victim of distracted driving by one of the company's executives -- who was operating a voice-activated phone while driving.
There are so many things that can go wrong when you're behind the wheel of a car -- it's almost impossible to list all the ways that you can end up in a car accident.
Driving school doesn't really prepare you for everything. And, even if you're a seasoned driver, you can easily forget how to handle something if you don't regularly face a specific problem -- which may partially be why fog is one of the most dangerous driving conditions out there.