Sometimes, you may be distracted when you get into your vehicle. Thoughts about where you are going, especially if you are driving a new route, the time constraints you may have and a host of other thoughts may prevent you from remembering to fasten your seatbelt. However, making it a priority to buckle up as soon as you start your vehicle can protect you from being critically hurt if you are involved in a car accident in North Carolina.
Going out to a bar and having a drink can be a relaxing treat on the weekend or after a stressful day at work. However, sometimes one drink leads to more, and an entertaining night out can be swiftly ruined by drunk driving. Those caught driving drunk in North Carolina face some of the toughest drunk driving penalties in the country.
Drivers pull off of the road for all sorts of reasons, from law enforcement officials turning on their lights to see if someone is drunk to vehicle problems and even getting out of the car to go to the bathroom. Regardless of the reason why a driver pulls over, this can be dangerous for a number of reasons. Even if someone pulls over appropriately, they may run the risk of being struck by a vehicle that is traveling at high speeds, which can be deadly. As a result, if you ever need to pull off of the road for some reason, it is pivotal to do so correctly.