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Car accidents on the interstate

On Behalf of | Mar 12, 2015 | Car Accidents |

Do you live in the state of North Carolina? If so, it is likely that you spend time driving on the many interstates that crisscross the state. From I-95 to I-40, the convenience factor alone is reason enough to take to these roadways on a regular basis.

These interstates, as well as many others, are well-traveled by passenger vehicles as well as trucks, RV’s and other large vehicles. The more vehicles there are in close proximity, the greater chance there is of an accident. This is particularly true when the vehicles are moving at a high rate of speed, which is expected on the interstate.

When vehicles are traveling in excess of 60 mph, accidents often lead to serious injuries or even death. This is why it is so important for every driver, regardless of the vehicle type, to pay close attention to the road while following all traffic laws.

In addition to other vehicles, an interstate accident can occur as the result of construction zone hazards and poor road conditions. Once again, drivers should be aware of these possibilities.

No matter where you live, it is hard to avoid interstate travel. This allows you to get from one point to the next in the most efficient manner.

If you or a loved one were injured in an interstate accident, you will want to learn more about why this happened. Furthermore, you should become familiar with your legal rights.

Our website has many pages dedicated to car accidents, including those that occur on an interstate. You can begin your search on our webpage entitled “Interstate Accidents.”


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