Multi-tasking may be great in the workplace or at home but trying to multi-task while behind the wheel is a recipe for disaster. Motorists in Burlington County may think they can text while driving, eat or groom themselves while driving, or even converse with other passengers in the vehicle without compromising the safety of themselves and others. However, any of these actions can distract a driver, causing the driver to cause a car accident.
New Jersey is a great place to live, but anyone who has toughed it out through the winter in Burlington County knows that the weather can get very serious. When temperatures dip and the winds pick up, drivers can be subjected to significant threats from ice, snow, and slush as precipitation accumulates on the roads. The presence of these substances can make driving treacherous and can lead to more accidents between local drivers.
It takes about an hour and a half to drive northeast of Burlington County to Sayreville. The city on the Raritan River was home to Sara Dubinin. New Jersey's Next-of-Kin Registry was named for the teen when it was signed into law by former Gov. Chris Christie.
Auto accident insurance is mandatory in every state if you want to be on the road -- but that doesn't stop some people from driving without it.
Lately, a lot of attention has been focused on distracted driving -- which is a major source of car accidents. However, there are other significant hazards on the road that drivers should keep in mind: