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April 2016 Archives

Man killed in car crash; police indicate his failure to yield

Many accidents that occur nationwide, including in Tennessee, present difficult questions about which driver was primarily at fault. That appears to be the kind of question that is being raised regarding a recent car crash in South Nashville that reportedly involved a speeding Lamborghini and a Nissan Altima that failed to yield the right of way. The accident occurred on Nolensville Pike where the red Lamborghini  was heading in a southerly direction just before the collision.

2 teens die in fiery car crash when 15-year-old loses control

Tennessee has a graduated license program that allows teenagers younger than 18 to gain driving experience under adult supervision. As experience is gained, a driver graduates to less restrictive driving until eventual full licensure. When a teenager applies for a learner's permit, his or her parent or guardian will be required to sign the Minor/Teenage Affidavit and Cancellation form. This will hold the signing parent or guardian financially responsible for the actions of the teenage driver in the event of a car crash.

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