auto accident prevention | Phoenix Personal Injury Law Blog
As Phoenix personal injury attorneys, we were pleased that there were no state highway or valley freeway construction closures during New Year’s weekend, which likely helped free up any traffic in the area and likely cut down on the number of crashes in the area. However, according to AZ Central, the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) still warned drivers to “expect the unexpected” and always be ready for incidents or restrictions that may slow drivers down.
Arizona Car Accident Statistics
There were 15 fatalities caused by Arizona car accidents during Christmas and New Year’s weekends in 2010, according to AZ Central. Six of those fatalities were alcohol-related. Some tips to stay safe during the start of this New Year include:
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