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Car accidents: Fatal crashes can happen at any time

Those who live in Hawaii or have recently visited here know that roads are becoming crowded and more dangerous. Car accidents are commonplace on the largest and most populated island of Hawaii. However, crashes are also happening more frequently on the other islands, as more people across the state gain access to automobiles. Just recently on the island of Maui, three fatal accidents were reported in the span of a week.

Overcrowded roadways in Hawaii a recipe for car accidents

Crashes are happening more and more across the state of Hawaii. A number of factors could be contributing to the rise in motor vehicle crashes. One of the culprits is definitely overcrowded roadways. Roads across the state have become crowded and congested as more people in Hawaii have access to vehicles than ever before and many of these new drivers have minimal driving experience. Crowded roadways combined with inexperienced or distracted drivers is a recipe for serious car accidents.

Car accidents: Hawaii police are cracking down on drunk drivers

These days, its common knowledge that driving while under the influence of alcohol is one of the most dangerous and irresponsible things a person can do. Alcohol impairs basic motor skills and greatly reduces reaction time, making driving incredibly difficult. Those who get behind the wheel while intoxicated endanger the lives of all those around them, and car accidents become almost inevitable. There are strict laws against drunk driving in the state of Hawaii. Despite these laws, intoxicated driving remains one of the main causes of accidents in the state.

Car accidents are by products of increasingly crowded roadways

As the economy continues to grow in Hawaii, more people have access to automobiles than ever before. Because of the strong economy, unemployment remains low, so many citizens of Hawaii use these automobiles to get to and from work. Combine increased local traffic with tourist traffic and it's easy to see why roads across the state are becoming crowded and dangerous. Unfortunately, car accidents are becoming a common occurrence in Hawaii.

Three fatal car accidents make for a tragic day on the Big Island

Roadways across the state of Hawaii are becoming increasingly dangerous with each passing year. Thousands of people visit Hawaii annually, which only adds to traffic congestion. In one recent tragic day on the Big Island, three separate car accidents resulted in the deaths of three people.

Driving while intoxicated will result in car accidents

Driving while under the influence of alcohol is one of the most dangerous things a person can do. Drunk driving is one of the leading causes of fatal car accidents in America. According to recent statistics, a person is killed every 40 minutes by an impaired or intoxicated driver in the United States. Hawaii has stringent laws against drunk driving. Despite these laws, intoxicated driving remains a big problem on roadways across the state.

Car accidents can increase during tourist season

As the summer vacation season approaches on the United States mainland, many vacationers will set their sights on the great state of Hawaii. The state is renowned for its beautiful beaches and world-class restaurants and entertainment. The wonderful climate here allows visitors and residents alike to enjoy a multitude of outdoor activities year-round. However, this can also mean increased traffic on roadways across the state. The sudden influx of traffic can cause more car accidents.

Car accidents: Man dies after hit-and-run

The state of Hawaii has seen a significant growth in population in recent years. Due to this growth, there are more vehicles sharing roadways today than ever before. Also, motorists these days are forced to deal with greater numbers of distracted, impaired or reckless drivers. Coincidentally, car accidents are increasing across the state.

As populations rise, so does the likelihood for car accidents

Due to rising populations, roadways across the state of Hawaii are more crowded than ever before. Getting behind the wheel of a motor vehicle is becoming more and more dangerous. Even taking a short drive can potentially end in an accident as drivers these days face an abundance of distractions.

Whiplash may be a pain in the neck following a car accident

As you drive to the store, you can't help but to smile. The Hawaii weather is perfect, and you are off from work for the day. However, all of a sudden, another driver strikes your car from behind. As you feel immediate pain in your neck area, a grimace quickly replaces your smile.

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