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May 2019 Archives

Questions to ask about an elderly loved one's driving ability

It's difficult to know if a loved one can still drive safely. You may worry about their abilities declining as they get older, but they may feel that they can still drive without any major issues. They may also not want to lose their independence. It's tough to give that up, and they may try to ignore their own safety issues or even try to hide them.

2 riders in motorcycle group crash in Arizona

For many motorcycle riders, part of the allure is riding in a group. They like the social atmosphere this offers. It's a way to meet new people and spend time with friends. In this sense, it's far less about having another transportation option to get from Point A to Point B than the experience of riding itself.

What is a partial disinheritance?

Disinheritance means, in the most general sense, that you are leaving someone out of your will. They expected to get an inheritance from you -- often, this person is a child -- but your estate plan gives the money to others.

Whose fault is it when a car turns left in front of a motorcycle?

Many motorcycle accidents happen when cars and trucks turn left in front of riders. They're some of the most dangerous crashes because the motorcycle rider may have no way to avoid the crash and may be traveling at a high rate of speed during the impact. Who is at fault?

4 reasons motorcycle wrecks happen

Arizona is a motorcycle rider’s dream. After all, the state has some epic roadways and beautiful landscapes to explore. When you climb behind the handlebars of your cruiser, sport bike or dirt bike, though, you may be at a greater risk of sustaining a serious injury. In fact, in 2017, more than 2,400 riders suffered some type of injury on roads in the Grand Canyon State. 

Tragic stats about kids and car accidents while backing up

Ask any auto expert, and they'll tell you that one of the most dangerous things anyone can do in their car is to drive in reverse. We do it all the time, but usually just for a few seconds at a time. That means most people have very little experience, even though backing up is far harder than driving forward.

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