Do Drunk Driving Accidents Increase During the Holidays?

Posted on November 30, 2022
Everyone loves the holidays. They are an exciting time for most people because they get a day off work, they can celebrate with friends and family, and they can plan a quick getaway from home. The holidays also means more drivers on the road and traffic congestion resulting in frustrated drivers. If you find...
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Which Types of Car Accidents Are Most Common?

Posted on September 30, 2022
Car accidents are an everyday occurrence across the U.S., but there are a few types that are the most common.  Rear-end accidents are some of the most frequently occurring types of collisions. They happen when a vehicle is struck from behind by the front of another vehicle. Rear-end accidents can vary from minor “fender...
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Am I Legally Required to Wear a Seatbelt in Pennsylvania?

Posted on August 31, 2022
Drivers and passengers are legally required to wear a seatbelt in Pennsylvania. However, failure to wear a seatbelt is considered a secondary offense unless you are under the age of 18. As a result, a police officer cannot pull you over solely for not wearing a seatbelt. Pennsylvania’s Seatbelt Law Under Pennsylvania Statutes Title...
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What Are The Booster Seat Laws in Pennsylvania?

Posted on August 8, 2022
Once car seats are outgrown, children are still not ready for adult seat belts. Local child passenger safety laws require these kids to travel in booster seats, typically until 8 years old. Pennsylvania Booster Seat Law Children who are at least four years old and 40 pounds can ride in a booster seat and...
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Can Multiple Parties Be Responsible for a Car Accident in Pennsylvania?

Posted on August 6, 2022
It is possible for multiple parties to be responsible for a car accident in Pennsylvania. Due to the state’s “modified comparative fault” rule, the compensation awarded to each party involved in a collision will be reduced by their percentage of fault. How Comparative Negligence Works Pennsylvania courts apply the law of modified comparative negligence...
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Can I Legally Wear Headphones While Operating a Vehicle in Pennsylvania?

Posted on August 3, 2022
Driving with headphones is illegal in many states, including Pennsylvania. Under section 3314 of Title 75 of the state’s Vehicle Code, “No driver shall operate a vehicle while wearing or using one or more headphones or earphones.” However, drivers can use cell phone headsets or Bluetooth devices that cover only one ear, as long...
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