Car ownership is an extremely important part of the lives of many Pennsylvanians. Many people depend on their cars for work as well as conducting other day-to-day activities. But sometimes people like their cars to have extras that provide added safety, valuable information and entertainment.
In Mid-July, more than 100,000 motorcyclists will gather on the banks of Lake Erie for an annual get together called the "ROAR ON THE SHORE." The event promises to hold a weekend's worth of fun. But overshadowing the gathering are memories of motorcycle accidents related to the event that occurred in years gone by.
With summer beginning, many of Erie's residents will likely be heading out to have some fun on the lake. Spending a day out on the water can be relaxing and exciting. But it is of paramount importance that all boaters obey the laws of the lakes and rivers.
At some point, you may have to have an older relative placed in the care of a nursing home. When you do, you hope the facility is capable of providing a premium level of care. Nursing homes are tasked with tending to the needs of people who are often extremely physically and mentally vulnerable. As such, there are several very important aspects to good nursing home care.
Most Pennsylvania motorists understand driving is a privilege that comes with a great deal of responsibility. We all must obey the rules of the road in order to stay collectively safe. If a driver is responsible for causing an accident, he or she is required by law to stay at the scene. Hit and run drivers do more than just break the law, they also violate the generally accepted belief that we should all take responsibility for our own actions.