Common Injuries from a Rear-end Collision

Common Injuries from a Rear-end Collision

by Crystal (SU)
While operating or as a passenger in a motor vehicle, one way to lessen the risk of possible injuries is to ensure you always wear a seatbelt, that your children are properly restrained according to their weight and age, and that your car is up to date on safety standards, as well as maintenance. Your brakes should be crisp, your airbags operational, and your line of vision clear. Of course, you should never be on your phone – texting or talking – and you should ensure you have proper eyewear to help you see and to avoid glare.