In the state of New York, any licensed driver who is suspected of driving under the influence must consent to a chemical test. If they refuse this test, their driver’s license will be automatically suspended for a minimum of one year. However, this law, documented on the Department of Motor Vehicles site, doesn’t stop some…

It is likely that, at some point, a New York driver will become involved in a car accident. If the accident is serious enough, there is the potential that the impact from the crash could cause the vehicle to roll. While a rollover only occurs in approximately 3 percent of car accidents, approximately 30 percent…

Residents of New York may be interested in the statistics about large truck accidents provided by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety division. A large truck is defined as one that weighs more than 10,000 pounds, and accidents with a vehicle this size can cause catastrophic injuries or fatalities. Often, large truck…

Distracted driving is a term that most New York residents have heard of. It refers to people attempting to multitask with driving and engaging in any number of activities, including eating, texting, talking on a cellphone or to a passenger, messing with electronic equipment or reading a map. Distracted driving is dangerous and can lead…

One woman died and three people suffered injuries after an accident that occurred on Jan. 1 in New York. The driver of the vehicle responsible for the accident was allegedly intoxicated at the time. A 27-year-old woman riding in a livery cab died after a 37-year-old man driving a Dodge Charger hit the back of…

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