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How to get your vehicle winter ready

As the holidays approach, you may have put off getting your vehicle ready for winter. Many people in Maryland don’t realize how critical this step is in keeping you safe while driving and avoiding accidents on the road. According to the Federal Highway Administration, nearly 22 percent of all motor vehicles accidents involve bad weather conditions, such as snow, fog, wind, rain, sleet or ice. Approximately 6,000 people lose their lives in weather-related accidents each year. When you winterize your car, you can help to reduce the likelihood of becoming involved in a catastrophic car accident.

Motorists should remain cautious of aggressive drivers

There is no question that motorists can get restless and anxious when made to wait in heavy traffic conditions, especially when they are in a rush to get somewhere. The fact is that aggressive drivers are responsible for a number of serious car accidents, injuries and deaths in Maryland and across the U.S. Not only should motorists be careful to not engage in any aggressive driving behaviors, but it is crucial that people be on the lookout for other reckless drivers in an attempt to avoid becoming victimized in a catastrophic car accident.

How the car of the future may be insured

The car of tomorrow may not have a steering wheel. As a matter of fact, it may not have a designated driver or passenger side; meaning that it would not have a brake pedal or accelerator. Yes, the driver-less car of the future would rely on advanced technology that is currently being featured in a number of 2017 models.

Why every accident victim should know about rehabilitation costs

If you have been injured in an accident, your focus should be on healing from your injuries and returning to a normal life. For some, healing doesn’t just happen in a hospital. Depending on the nature and extent of your injuries, you may do a bulk of your recovery may be realized in a rehabilitation center. These specialized medical centers focus on helping you relearn how to use (and re-train) your muscles after not using them for an extended amount of time. 

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