October 14, 2019
Some of these lost loved ones made decisions behind the wheel that ultimately cost them their life. But many others were simply caught in the aftermath of someone else’s bad decisions. National research shows that 94 percent of all traffic fatalities occur because someone made one or more bad choices. Driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol, allowing yourself to become distracted when you’re behind the wheel, driving when you’re tired, speeding, and not wearing your seat belt are all major contributing factors to traffic deaths.