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What to do if you’re involved in a car accident

For drivers in Orange County, even seemingly minor car accidents can be a huge hassle. Cases where damage is minimal can still incur exorbitant repair costs, and might even entail some degree of physical injury. Here at Callahan & Blaine, we know that car accidents are stressful no matter the circumstances. That’s why we recommend the following tips to help drivers mitigate the negative effects of a car accident.

Methods for reducing the risk of drunk driving

When celebrating the holidays with friends and loved ones in California, alcohol typically plays a role. Alcohol consumption often leads to a greater risk of drunk driving, which can have a range of devastating consequences. Fortunately, there are several methods in place to help reduce the chance of accidents and injuries occurring as a result of impaired driving.

Smartphone innovations aim to decrease traffic accidents

While Orange County motorists are most likely aware of the dangers associated with distracted driving, this knowledge may not be enough to keep them from making the wrong choices while behind the wheel. Because of the risk of using smartphones when driving, modern technology is changing to lower the chances of a serious accident occurring.

Government releases guidelines for automated vehicles

While new technology is often met with excitement, many drivers in California and across the nation have concerns about self-driving or automated vehicles. In an attempt to quell increasing anxiety about the safety of these vehicles, new guidelines have been released which are intended to ensure a secure driving experience for all who share the road.

Tips on avoiding dangerous conditions on the road

Even for those drivers who make safety a top priority, encountering hazardous road conditions can sometimes result in accidents. Callahan & Blaine wishes all California drivers safe travels no matter where they may roam. Having seen firsthand the disastrous after-effects of serious accidents, they also encourage motorists to be aware of the following tips to better handle any dangerous conditions that occur.

How can I drive safely on CA highways?

The summer months entail quite a bit of driving on California highways as you seek out new and exciting destinations to explore. While accidents can occur virtually anywhere, highway driving is associated with a number of serious risks that may result in tragedy if you fail to take the proper precautions.

Essential safety features every vehicle should have

When it comes to safe driving, California motorists look for vehicles that offer a good range of safety features. However, which features are must-have to ensure a safe and secure driving experience for both passengers and driver alike? The United Services Automobile Association offers this list of essential safety features that might just prevent a fatal accident from occurring.

Can I be liable if a friend crashes my vehicle?

Good friends often lend items to each other. But what happens when you let your friend use your car and a crash occurs? To this end, California drivers should be aware of all relevant laws pertaining to accidents involving borrowed vehicles to prevent ruined friendships and much worse from occurring.

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