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Other days may be just as deadly as the 100 Deadliest Days

Statistics show that if you travel on Louisiana highways any time from Memorial Day through the 100 days that follow, you may be at great risk for a motor vehicle collision. In fact, your chances of getting in an accident increase if you share roadways with teenage drivers during those times. Fatal collisions involving young and inexperienced drivers are so prevalent in the days and weeks that follow Memorial Day that this particular time of year has come to be known as the "100 Deadliest Days."

Can the flu cause a car accident?

On a daily basis, motor vehicle crashes happen for diverse reasons. Sometimes, these accidents are brought on by drunk driving, while others are the result of icy roads or truck driver fatigue. If you are worried about the dangers of motor vehicle collisions, it is important to keep in mind that these crashes have far more causes, some of which go under the radar. For example, a driver who is sick with the flu or another serious illness may be more likely to cause a crash.

How many people are hurt or killed in commercial vehicle wrecks?

Traffic accidents take many forms, whether they involve a motorcycle, a small vehicle, or a bicycle. However, commercial vehicle accidents can be especially dangerous, for different reasons. Sometimes, commercial vehicles are particularly large and their massive size can have more dire consequences or be more difficult for a driver to manage. Also, some commercial vehicle drivers may become tired due to working for long periods of time. In New Orleans, and other parts of Louisiana, it is pivotal for people to realize how dangerous these collisions are and the number of fatalities and injuries they cause.