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May 2012 Archives

Memorial Day could be dangerous on the road for Virginia drivers

Millions of people around the country, many of them in Virginia, will be hitting the road this weekend to celebrate the Memorial Day holiday. With all that activity, however, lies some danger. Many people will be trying to get to a relative's house for a party or trying to avoid a traffic backup and as a result run a red light.

Teens more likely to be in accidents with other teens in the car

When teen drivers have multiple passengers riding in their vehicle, their likelihood of getting in a serious car crash rises. A recent study by AAA discovered a correlation between the presence of passengers and the chances of an auto accident.

Returning military personnel at higher risk for car crashes

Virginia is a state with a proud military tradition. The home of George Washington and Robert E. Lee has produced millions of soldiers, sailors and other members of the armed forces in its history. And few, if any, other states can rival the pride and appreciation residents of Virginia have for the military and the troops.

Virginia teen denies guilt in fatal motor vehicle accident

Inexperienced drivers are often at the root of many car accidents. A fatal Virginia crash that occurred last year is no exception. Last spring, during their spring break vacation time, a group of Northern Virginia teens were riding together when the car's 18-year-old driver lost control of the vehicle, leading to a fatal car accident.

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