While most parts of the U.S. are dealing with snow, wind chill and cold vehicles, Florida residents are enjoying the beautiful weather outside. The season is right for golfing, and if you do not walk the course, then this means using a golf cart.
You may be thinking about hanging up the car keys as you have gotten older, or maybe you are a younger person considering whether it is time to have that difficult conversation with parents or grandparents. Fortunately, making the transition from driving to other forms of transportation can be easier if you live close to public transportation and in walkable neighborhoods.
Amusement parks are a lot of fun. Whether you want to ride an exciting rollercoaster, drive a go-kart or splash around the water park, you can have the time of your life at places like this. Unfortunately, sometimes accidents can occur at these hubs of family enjoyment. In fact, Time Magazine reported that a roller coaster accident in July injured 33 people.
On the road, everything can go smoothly until, suddenly, it does not. A second's distraction at a crucial moment can turn a routine Florida commute into a nightmare.
It has been a long day and you still have the drive home to get through. Are you too tired to get behind the wheel safely?
If you are like many Floridians, you may develop anxiety anytime you share the road with large commercial vehicles. While there is only so much you can do when truck and bus drivers choose to drive under the influence or while distracted, there are some steps you can take to reduce your chances of an accident.
One of the best ways to spend summertime in Florida is in the water to escape the heat and humidity. What better place to enjoy family fun and water entertainment than at one of the many water parks in the area?
If you frequently walk around your central or northern Florida community, you might not think of all the dangers of being a pedestrian. While walking is a normal, healthy and positive action, sometimes accidents occur. If a negligent driver hits you while you are walking, you could suffer serious injuries.
As you age, you become increasingly susceptible to falling. Because the strength of your bones tends to deteriorate as you age as well, a fall that may have left little damage during your younger years may leave you in serious pain as you get older.