In a post last winter, this blog discussed the dangers of cellular phone use while driving. Most drivers in the Orange County area probably know that talking on the phone and texting while driving is never a good idea.
Every driver who gets behind the wheel makes an implicit promise -- to drive safely and responsibly. But despite this, many drivers still think it is okay to allow themselves to be distracted while driving. Here are five facts about distracted driving that everyone should know.
Manufacturers and sellers of consumer products make certain unwritten promises about those products. These promises are known as implied warranties. In essence, these warranties mean that the consumer can purchase the item with the assurances from the manufacturer and seller that the product is safe and designed properly for consumers to use in the way that the designer intended. But, what about all those disclaimers on consumer products, what effect do they have on the buyer's implied warranties?
Driving an automobile requires the driver's complete attention and focus. It also requires the driver to have all of their senses and reflexes working properly. When a person lets their concentration on the road lapse, while behind the wheel, they risk causing a motor vehicle accident. Likewise, too many accidents are the result of a driver being under the influence of drugs or alcohol, and thus unable to drive safely.
A motorcycle can provide a Costa Mesa resident with a fantastic vehicle to escape the daily pressures of life. With the wind in one's face and the open road ahead, a motorcycle driver may feel as though their problems will disappear as they travel the highways of Orange County. Despite the breaks from everyday life that motorcycle riding can provide, however, some motorcyclists encounter new and more dangerous problems than those they face during their normal lives when they are out enjoying their rides.