Public Transportation Accidents
Since summer is just around the corner, many New Jersey residents are driving their vehicles less frequently and relying on other modes of transportation to get around. Taking alternative transportation can save you money on gas and parking fees and reduce air pollution. Here are a few different options for transportation:
More and more people are taking the bus to work, doctor’s appointments and other important places. Bus companies only employ trained and responsible drivers, so you can be rest assured that you will arrive at your destination safely and efficiently. Since you will not be behind the wheel, you can listen to music on your headphones or read a book on your way to your destination.
The train is another popular mode of public transportation among New Jersey residents. Trains come often and are not as sensitive to the elements, such as storms, like vehicles are. Therefore, you likely won’t have to deal with a delay because of poor weather conditions. Trains typically also have roomy seats, so you can be comfortable on your way to your destination.
Bicycles are not just for kids. Many adults are riding bicycles to work multiple times a week. If you ride a bicycle more frequently than driving your vehicle, you will not just save money on gas. You will also get a great workout, which can help you lose weight, increase your energy levels and improve your mood. Remember to always wear a helmet before getting on your bicycle to protect against serious injuries. If it starts to train, you can always catch the bus and put your bicycle on a bike rack on the front of the bus.
Walking is the simplest mode of transportation and costs absolutely nothing. As long as you wear a comfortable pair of shoes, walking to work, appointments or friends’ homes can be quite enjoyable. You can get a great workout in and admire the scenery around you.
Although there are many alternative modes of transportation, you may still have to use your vehicle at times. If you get injured in a car accident caused by another driver, it is important to have an experienced car accident lawyer in Monmouth County, NJ on your side. At Kreizer Law, we understand how devastating it is to suffer injuries in a car crash and want to help you fight for fair compensation.