Rear ending a semi-truck in a car can be extremely deadly, and the safety barriers preventing cars from sliding underneath are failing, according to a new study.
Nearly 8,400 Volvo vehicles are being recalled because they could have steering problems, according to news reports.
Consumers can learn how to watch out for animals in the roadway and practice safety techniques to avoid life-threatening accidents.
A sheriff’s captain and another person were injured in a head-on collision along Highway 146 near Woodruff on Friday, according to news reports.
The number of fatal car accidents is decreasing in South Carolina, according to news reports.
Swimming pool drains that are supposed to be certified for children’s safety may have been improperly certified, according to news reports.
The South Carolina Senate has approved a bill that would ban the use of speed cameras along I-95 in Ridgeland.
Dillon Davis is recalling nearly 38,000 Frontgate closet ladders because of the fall hazards, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
South Carolina cities did not rank among the most dangerous cities for walking in a new Transportation of America study.
Pogo sticks are being recalled because they pose a fall hazard to children, according to news reports.
Driving while distracted on a cell phone or smartphone accounts for 15-25 percent of car accidents, according to a new estimate.
The NOAA says more deaths are due to flooding than any other thunderstorm hazard. Many of these deaths occur when cars are swept downstream by rushing water.
Texting while driving increases the chance of an accident by eight times, according to news reports.
A man was charged Thursday in connection to a van accident that seriously injured a child in James Island, according to news reports.
Ford Motor Co. is recalling nearly 150,000 F-150 pickups in North American because of faulty airbags, according to news reports.
Honda is issuing another recall on its Honda Odyssey minivans to address problems that could cause injuries to passengers, according to news reports.
More Ford F-150 trucks are being recalled to address faulty airbags, according to news reports.
Chrysler is recalling thousands of cars, minivans and other vehicles because the steering wheel could collapse in the event of a collision, according to news reports.