Be Safe It’s Busy on Cape Cod As a world-wide tourist destination and an increasingly popular year-round venue, it’s safe to say that it’s always busy on Cape Cod. And now with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we’re seeing record level home sales and extended seasonal occupancy as students and people work remotely, many flocking to […]
Category: Car Accidents
Avoid the Perils of Prom & Graduation “We know that 94% of all car crashes are caused by human choice or error,” said U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx. As exciting and fun as it is, both prom and graduation commencement events can be filled with danger between the Lower and Upper Cape […]
A lot of attention is and should be paid to drivers that are distracted. More and more states, including Massachusetts, outlaw and consistently campaign heavily against texting and driving. This is due to the fact that the amount of auto accidents caused by drivers who are distracted by texting is and continues to be on […]
The 4th of July fireworks and parades are the official start of the Cape Cod summer. Towns throughout the Cape have spectacular light shows and crowd-pleasing activities that last all season long. Lobster rolls, clam bakes and clam boils, barbecues, biking, boating and bashes begin. People visit whether it’s for a week or the entire […]
Biking on Cape Cod: BE SAFE & KNOW THE RULES OF THE ROAD According to the Cape Cod Times, roughly 400,000 bikers use the region’s main bike trail, which stretches 22 miles from Dennis to Provincetown by rail trail. Bicycle riders increase exponentially when you add in bikers on shared-use roadways, including Route 6 and […]
Each year, many people are killed or injured in motor vehicle accidents in Massachusetts. While the number of fatalities around the country had been decreasing for some time, a report shows that the number of deaths caused by motor vehicle accidents increased in 2015.
Authorities say that on Aug. 18, a Massachusetts woman driving a Mercedes-Benz in downtown Boston struck three pedestrians, causing them to be pinned under her vehicle. Instead of attempting to help the victims, she fled from the scene.
A 24-year-old woman in Massachusetts was pronounced dead on Aug. 4 after she was involved in a collision with a dump truck. The fatal crash happened in Deerfield while the woman was driving a Toyota pickup truck along Route 116. At around 12:30 p.m., there was a collision between the woman’s pickup truck and a dump truck filled with asphalt.
Massachusetts residents may have heard about Tesla’s Autopilot software, the autonomous technology that is supposed to help prevent accidents. Though the Autopilot feature on Tesla vehicles is designed to thwart collisions with other vehicles, there have been multiple news stories about incidents when the technology failed.