In a number of previous entries, we’ve talked about how to keep yourself safe from other drivers. The most recent article dealt with how to spot a drunk driver.
In this issue, we’ll talk about what to do when you have an emergency with your own vehicle while on the road.
Your #1 priority is two-fold: (1) get your car to a safe place, and (2) bring it to a stop as soon as possible.
If you’re driving while a tire blows, your vehicle will slow down at first, then pull strongly to the right or left, depending on which side of the vehicle the blown tire is on.
Our roads are dangerous enough, so it’s crucial that you keep your wits about you as you’re out and about.
If you are injured by someone else on the road, get in touch with us here at Barber & Associates.
The first meeting is always free, so call us at 907-276-5858 or send
Barber & Associates, LLC has recovered more than 45 Million Dollars in verdicts and settlements for Injured Alaskans.
Auto accidents can happen to anyone at any time, regardless of how defensive someone may be behind the wheel. If you or someone you love has been harmed in such an incident, you have legal rights and options that need to be explored.