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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Common traits of reckless drivers


    No one wants to come across reckless drivers on the roads. They increase the chances of causing accidents simply by the irresponsible way they drive. Unfortunately when they do cause accidents it is not only themselves they cause harm to. It is quite common for them to injure and even kill innocent people who just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.

    Reckless drivers drive in a variety of ways that can prove dangerous to themselves and other road users. For example, they may be driving far above the speed limit, driving on the wrong side of the road or driving a car that is unfit to be driven. Another example would be a driver who gets behind the wheel even though they have been drinking.

    Tailgating is another good example because it doesn’t leave enough room for the driver to stop in the event the car in front has to stop in a hurry. Reckless drivers may also not even have a driving licence in the first place. It is quite sobering to think of the many ways reckless drivers can put other people’s lives at risk.

    How dangerous is reckless driving?

    As you can see from the examples given above, it can be very dangerous indeed. While in some cases people are stopped before they have the chance to cause accidents, other situations occur where it takes an accident to finally stop the driver who caused it.

    People who drive recklessly can – and have – taken the lives of other people in the process. They have also caused severe accidents that have forever changed the lives of all those involved. It is imperative that all drivers take steps to ensure they always drive responsibly instead of recklessly, to ensure they always stay safe on the roads.

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    Have you been the victim of a reckless driving incident?

    Any accident is hard to come to terms with. However if another person can be proven to have been driving recklessly and has injured you as a result, you could be entitled to put in a claim for compensation. Call the experts at Accident Advice Helpline today so you can discuss a no win, no fee** compensation claim. Our 24/7 enquiry line is free to call whenever you need it. Alternatively you can start with our 30-second online test to determine whether you have a good case.

    Date Published: September 19, 2014

    Author: David Brown

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