Orange County is home to many motorcycle enthusiasts who frequently ride their motorcycles all throughout the county and the state. Regardless of whether a person rides as a means of transportation, or purely for enjoyment, safety should always be the rider's top priority. Likewise, drivers in other vehicles have an obligation to pay attention to motorcycles and to not operate their own vehicles in a way that would unreasonably risk the safety of people on motorcycles.
Many Orange County residents probably remember a time when big-screen televisions were huge contraptions that were very expensive to buy and difficult to move from room to room. During the past decade or so, technological advances have made both big and small televisions much more portable and less expensive. However, even the latest and greatest flat screen televisions can still break, cause other damage, or even injure individuals if they fall from a wall or from their stands.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) defines a large truck as one with a weight rating of more than 10,000 pounds. For example, many tractor trailers that haul goods and equipment across the country fit into this category. The highways in and around Orange County are dotted with countless numbers of these trucks on any given day.
Safety should be the highest priority for anyone who gets behind the wheel of any kind of vehicle. Most Orange County residents are so accustomed to driving from place to place that it can be easy to forget about the dangers on the roadways. However, serious auto accidents can unfold in the blink of an eye, which is why people must always concentrate on the road and others around them when they are driving.