Driving in winter can be dangerous. Snowy and icy conditions reduce visibility, control, and performance while driving. Stalling out when you are traveling in winter or getting into a car accident can mean that you won’t be able to drive, or run a heater, for several hours. Make sure your car is prepared for cold weather this winter by looking at some tips to make sure your vehicle is ready to tackle snow and ice, and you have supplies in case your car breaks down, with Nelson Personal Injury.
Motorcycles in Minnesota represent a small fraction of the motor vehicles on the road. But, compared to other motor vehicles, they have a high crash
The stay at home order for Minnesota was issued by Governor Tim Walz on March 28th, introducing a mandatory quarantine for non-essential activities statewide. While this was in response to COVID-19, the quarantine itself produced some interesting statistics. With travel restricted, there were far fewer cars on the road throughout the summer. Nelson Personal Injury takes a look at what this reduced traffic and travel meant for Minnesota’s Car Accident rate, and how it affects commutes.