Georgia residents might be familiar with the field sobriety tests that law enforcement officials use when trying to determine if a motorist is driving under the influence of alcohol. Some of these tests are also used to assess if a driver is under the influence of marijuana. However, it is not yet clear whether the tests can be scientifically accurate when pinpointing high motorists.
Early this morning, a driver on the wrong side of I-85 southbound hit another vehicle, resulting in at least one fatality and shutting down the freeway. This fatal crash is just the latest example of dangerous driving behaviors that can become deadly.
The emergence of rideshare services such as Uber and Lyft has had many great effects: it may reduce the likelihood of drunk driving, it offers customers a convenient transportation alternative and it is affordable in most cases. In addition to these benefits, though, there are some risks. A recent survey conducted by SherpaShare revealed that riders' own insurance may provide insufficient coverage in the event of an accident. There are four other things, too, that you should take into consideration if you have been in an accident in a rideshare.