We've all had jobs in which we've felt overworked and underappreciated. Maybe you worked hot summer days doing construction, or you put in long hours washing dishes. But no matter the job, as worker, you have certain rights guaranteed to you.
Most parents in Mississippi want what's best for their children. In order to achieve this goal, it's sometimes necessary to reinforce the importance of taking proper precautions, especially while driving. A good time to start such conversations is when teens are likely to be behind the wheel more often. For many teens, this comes right after high school graduation when they head off into the real world.
Motorists in Mississippi and other states are generally aware of the potential risk for car accidents when roads are covered with snow, ice and heavy rain. However, a new study suggests even light rain can increase the odds of being involved in a fatal crash for drivers. According to the results, rain, snow and ice increase the risk of deadly crashes by 34%.
We’ve all seen our own tire or the tire of another car looking more droopy than a round object should. Knowing what to do in these situations can be very important to your own safety and the safety of others. Here are a few guidelines to follow.