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Car Accidents

Hawaii offers a wide assortment of landscapes for residents and tourists to walk on. People can see breathtaking views of the sunset after taking a stroll on the beach or hiking up a mountain and receive memories that can last for a lifetime. However, many drivers also decide to change…

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…

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…

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….

When you plan a trip to Hawai’i, you think about sandy beaches, colorful drinks and the amazing memories you’ll make during your stay. Rarely do you anticipate the possibility of a car accident ruining your dream vacation. Unfortunately, Honolulu is one of the worst cities in the United States for…

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….

In 2018, smartphones are everywhere. Our phones let us connect on social media, read unwanted work emails and text our friends and family. Because phones always demand our attention, many people continue to use them in dangerous situations. The 2016 Fatal Crash Traffic Data by the U.S. Department of Transportation…

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