Maryland residents experienced the end of Daylight Saving Time (DST) over the weekend. While gaining an extra hour by turning back the clocks can be welcome, it can also result in more accidents. According to a recent article in The Southern Maryland Chronicle, darker drivers home could lead to more collisions. Indeed, the Mid-Atlantic AAA… Read More

Drunk driving accidents often result in debilitating and life-threatening internal injuries. While you might not expect it, intoxicated driving crashes happen at brunch more frequently than you may think. According to a recent analysis conducted by QuoteWizard, more than 10 percent of nationwide drunk driving crashes happen around brunch. To be sure, fatal drunk driving… Read More

Investigators believe that a likely alcohol-fueled head-on crash was caused by a man who was traveling the wrong way in Southern Maryland was probably impaired when he slammed into another vehicle, killing the driver. The accident occurred on Route 5 near the Huckleberry Drive exit. According to police and witnesses, 47-year-old Timothy Markin, of Silver… Read More

The summer vacation season is expected to end with a burst of travel over Labor Day weekend. AAA Mid-Atlantic estimates that 35.5 million Americans, including 850,700 in the D.C. area, will travel over the final holiday weekend of summer. The auto group estimates that 87 percent of area travelers will get where they’re going by car; seven percent are… Read More

Texting while driving (TWD) is SIX times more dangerous than driving while intoxicated (DWI). A National Highway Transportation Safety Administration study done in 2012 informs us that TWD is also more dangerous than driving while high on marijuana. Car and Driver Magazine reached the same conclusion in 2009 when they conducted a test that measured… Read More