If you hit black ice on the road or get surprised by an animal jumping out in front of your car, it might lead to an accident. Here are a few scenarios when another driver may not be the cause of your accident.
When you live in Indiana, driving conditions can quickly become hazardous. Be sure to take proper precautions on the roads as you drive this winter in order to protect yourself and others.
An increase in motorists on the road during the Thanksgiving holiday can lead to hazards and car accidents if drivers are drowsy and traveling long distances.
The end of Daylight Savings Time has an impact on drivers as there will be an increase in nighttime drivers on the road. Here are some precautions.
Halloween can be a risky night for children trick-or-treating if drivers aren't aware of their surroundings. Here are 5 tips to keep kids safe this Halloween.
Get your car ready for the colder weather months by maintaining it properly and ensuring the components of your vehicle are at the top of its game
Harvest season is in full swing and there are significantly higher amounts of machinery traffic on the roads in the Indiana. Here are some tips to keep you safe.
With changing weather conditions and shorter days, fall is just around the corner. Here are five tips for safe, defensive driving in the fall months.
A Fort Wayne pedestrian was struck by a motor vehicle on Friday, September 15, 2017. The man was in critical condition following the accident.
Car crashes are the leading cause of teen death in the United States. If you've been in a car accident, contact Boughter Sinak today for a free case evaluation.