Few people will dispute the fact that New Jersey traffic is dense and very congested. While defensive driving can protect one in many situations, in instances of rush hour maneuvering and distracted drivers, a car accident may not be avoidable. One such accident took the life of two people in recent morning rush hour accident.
Car accidents are all too frequent occurrences in New Jersey. The causes are many and a recent fatal car crash is believed to have been caused by a near fatal drug overdose. The accident happened on a recent morning on Route 23 and New York Avenue in Wayne.
Attempts to reduce accidents and fatalities related to drunk driving are never ending in New Jersey. A tragic case was recently settled in court. It resulted in substantial jail time for the driver accused of being involved in a drunk driving accident and causing the death of another person.
It is not a surprise to anyone that traffic is a significant problem on New Jersey roadways. The increased traffic can lead to the likelihood of a car accident. Some people make use of alternate forms of transportation, such as buses, in part to help reduce traffic and possibly increase safety.