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Some of the accidents on the roads take place because of mechanical failure of vehicles.
But in most cases the fault lies with human beings who drive these vehicles. A person can make some error while-making a turn or passing through a crossing and that results in accident of some magnitude, minor or major.
Such instances are not many. Most often the cause of an accident is rash driving on the part of the driver of one vehicle or the drivers of both the vehicles that collide. Rash driving some time may not cause an accident by collision. The driver may lose control over the brakes and the vehicle may just slip away downwards and capsize or it may hit a tree, pole or a stationary vehicle or wall or it may pass over some pedestrians or sleeping or sitting people.
The most general cause of rash driving is drinking. A driver, who is tipsy, loses control over his nerves and judgment and then over his brakes also.
Thus, drinking enhances the chances of rash driving by a driver who otherwise may be quite an efficient one. Whatever the reason, rash driving should be avoided at all costs.only an houreast of Los Angeles by way of the San Bernardino Freeway but is in certain ways an alien place: not the coastal the California ofsubtropical twilights and the soft westerlies off the Pacific but a harsher California, haunted by the Mohave just beyond the mountains, devastated by the hot dry Santa Ana wind that comes down through the passes at miles an hour and whines through.
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This essay seems like it has actually been a long time coming – I’m glad someone raised the issues as eloquently and knowledgeably as you. My favorite is the sidewalk argument. The safety issue is not most fundamentally hitting a pedestrian with headphones or falling due to the unpredictable sharp turns that many sidewalks have, it’s reduced visibility to cars as you cross both side streets and intersections.
Van Hardenbergh reveals how he beat a high-speed Reckless Driving charge in Rockbridge County—one of Virginia's toughest jurisdictions. Time's Up for Drinking and Driving.
Refusing to drink and drive is the type of issue people collectively agree on since the beneficiary of the act is everyone. The Hollywood Reporter is your source for breaking news about Hollywood and entertainment, including movies, TV, reviews and industry blogs.