Georgia drivers would of course like to see the prevalence of car accidents decrease. A report has shown that collision avoidance systems have led to a reduction in injuries as well as in car accidents in general. This could mean that as these systems become more widespread, there could be more positive results.
There is a common belief among drivers that, in the event of an accident, any indication of fault on a victim's part prevents him or her from collecting damages from a legal claim. In other words, they think negligence is an all-or-nothing situation.
Different locations can raise different traffic safety issues. For example, during the school year, special safety concerns arise in school zones and along school bus routes. This is a particularly important point for Georgia motorists to keep in mind right now, as we’re at the time of the year where kids are returning to school after summer break.