Drivers have to keep an eye out for hazards in all sorts of situations, whether they find themselves behind the wheel during a snow storm or are driving during 4 of July celebrations. However, there are less common accidents that can also pose serious risks, such as those which take place on a two-track road. Driving on two-track roads can be dangerous for a number of reasons and, as with all other places, drivers should be aware of the risks they face.
On a two-track road, a driver may be involved in a single-car accident or collide with another vehicle. Not only do drivers have to watch out for cars and trucks, but those riding a dirt bike, bicycle, or ATV as well. Furthermore, pedestrians may be injured when they are struck by a driver while going for a walk down a quiet road.
An accident may also occur on a two-track road due to a fallen tree or other debris on the road, in addition to poor road conditions brought on by heavy rain. Accidents may happen around sharp curves or in areas where there are no signs to warn drivers of certain dangers. Moreover, a driver may accidentally veer off of the road and slam into a tree.
As with all driving situations, two-track roads can be dangerous. Sadly, some of these accidents result in the loss of life or devastating injuries that haunt victims for years. The crash page on our law firm’s site provides more related to two-track accidents.