Motorcyclists get a bad rap. No matter what the statistics say, some people still adhere to the idea that the average rider is a speed demon, reckless beyond belief and probably involved with alcohol or drugs.
When a police officer pulls you over because they suspect drunk driving, there are usually two kinds of evidence that will help build their case. One will be their personal recollections and written report about the situation.
Data published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in 2016 showed how 5,286 motorcyclists lost their lives in crashes that year. This statistic marked a 5.1% increase over the prior year.
If you are a parent who is divorced and sharing custody of your minor children with your ex, the holiday custody schedule can resemble a nightmare scenario if that parent refuses to be flexible. It’s a given that both of you want to spend time with the kids over the holidays. This can be accomplished, but a little flexibility can go a long way to establishing holiday cheer.
Stories of divorced parents (and even the new spouses of those divorced parents) working as a team to raise their children are becoming more common these days. You may, naturally, hope that your post-divorce parenting situation will be the same. Unfortunately, people who are divorcing a narcissist might not ever see that type of cooperation.
Like many other states, Florida has a “Move Over” law. In essence, you’re required to move over one lane whenever it’s safely possible if you see a police car, emergency vehicle, tow truck or any other kind of service vehicle at the side of the road.
Divorce is a relatively common occurrence for modern American families. While divorce rates overall may be lower now than they were a few years ago, there is still a significant number of marriages that will end in dissolution rather than in death.