Amazing Resources For Car Accident Victims: Part 2
If you were recently injured in a car accident, you may suffer everything from guilt to a complete reluctance to take the wheel. By taking a proactive role in your journey towards recovery, you can overcome significant adversity and enjoy a greater sense of peace and optimism. These resources will help you make the most of your circumstances and move past your accident:
- IIHS Top Safety Picks For 2017
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety maintains rigorous standards when highlighting each year’s safest models. To be deemed an IIHS Top Safety Pick, vehicles must earn front crash prevention ratings of advanced or superior, plus good ratings in five additional crashworthiness tests. Top options for 2017 include the Hyundai Elantra, Mazda 3, Toyota Prius, Honda CR-V, and Chrysler Pacifica, among others. Keep this list in mind as you search for a new car.
- Experience Project: I Was in a Car Accident
Whether you were recently involved in a car accident or you have distant memories of a crash, you may continue to experience physical and emotional adversity. Share your story and learn how others have coped while visiting this forum from Experience Project.
- Tips for Dealing with Guilt After a Car Accident
Guilt and shame are quite common in the aftermath of car accidents, even for those who were clearly not to blame. Whether you experience survivor’s guilt or wish you would have exhibited better behavior behind the wheel, this article will help you address and resolve crippling feelings in the aftermath of your accident.
- Understanding Car Crashes: It’s Basic Physics
Learn more about the science of car crashes while watching this intriguing documentary. Award-winning teacher Griff Jones uses scenes from the IIHS Vehicle Research Center to demonstrate inertia and other essential concepts.
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