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I-80 Roseville Accident Leads to Two People Being Taken to the Hospital

On westbound Interstate 80 in Roseville on August 15, three drivers were involved in a multiple-vehicle accident. The collision occurred close to Eureka Road at around 9:30 in the morning and involved a Nissan Juke, a Ford F-150 pickup and a Toyota Prius. According to the California Highway Patrol (CHP), minor injuries were suffered in the accident. 

Traffic Crash on I-80 in Roseville Blocks All Westbound Lanes

A traffic crash around 6:30 p.m. involving several vehicles caused a SigAlert to be issued along westbound Interstate 80 in Roseville on August 10. The major injury accident occurred just west of Douglas Boulevard and involved a Ford SUV and a Chevy Malibu, according to the report filed by the California Highway Patrol (CHP). The Ford experienced a rollover but ended up back on its wheels. The traffic crash is being investigated to determine the cause.

Rocky Ridge Drive Hit-and-Run Motorist Crashes Into Two Vehicles

A driver in a hit-and-run crash in Roseville is being sought by authorities after striking two vehicles. The incident, according to the Roseville Police Department, occurred recently on Rocky Ridge Drive around 10:27 in the morning. A Toyota Tacoma struck the rear of an SUV and continued on, striking an additional vehicle close to Lead Hill. It was not reported whether injuries were suffered in the collisions.

Accident on Roseville Bypass Causes Fatality When Car Exits Road

A traffic fatality occurred in Roseville on July 17 when a vehicle reportedly came off the Roseville Bypass and crashed in an open area far off the roadway. The accident occurred around 8:20 in the morning when the vehicle was discovered by officers with the California Highway Patrol (CHP). The vehicle ended up near the intersection of Antelope Creek Drive and Creekside Ridge Court. 

California Road Trips: Summer 2020

While many California counties are gradually opening up to tourism, they are doing so with precautions and hope that road trippers will abide by the coronavirus restrictions present within each county.  Now more than ever, when embarking on California road trips, we should make an effort to do so respectfully and responsibly.

Recall: Harbor Freight Jack Stands

At the end of May 2020, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issued an advisory press release announcing that Harbor Freight Tools was recalling over 1.5 million Pittsburgh three-ton and six-ton jack stands.  The jack stands were found to have a risk of collapsing under normal use, which could lead to serious personal injury or death to a user under a lifted vehicle. 

Gaming & Live Music Are Back at Thunder Valley

If you have been missing slot machines, three card poker, and other gaming entertainment, Thunder Valley Casino is back open for business.  They re-opened on June 8, 2020, with new safety guidelines to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.  During its closure, the entire facility was deep cleaned and thoroughly sanitized, and enhanced sanitizing protocol will continue. More hand sanitizer dispensers have been installed.  With the re-opening, all staff and casino visitors are now required to wear masks while on the property.  As an additional safeguard, the amount of people that can gather around a gaming table is limited in order to maintain physical distance.

Citations Spike for California Drivers Speeding Over 100 Mph

Caltrans recently made a public announcement in a press release of their joint collaboration with the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) and the California Highway Patrol (CHP) to urge California drivers to slow down. Since the coronavirus pandemic, there have been lower traffic volumes, which appears to be related to the recent 87 percent increase in speeding citations of over 100 mph.

Conquering Roundabouts in Roseville, California

Roundabouts can be a source of confusion, intimidation, or stress for many drivers, especially if you have little-to-no experience navigating them. Your experience with roundabouts can fluctuate depending on your age, where you live, and how often you travel. There are roundabouts in Roseville, and they must be navigated with both caution and confidence. They exist for good reasons and can have many traffic flow-related benefits that you may not have even noticed up until now.

The Truth About Roseville Speed Limits

Living in Roseville gives you the opportunity to take as many journeys and adventures as you’d like, all while keeping your travels local. The Folsom Lake is a hot spot during summer, and the Roseville Golfland Sunsplash is a great summer destination for family fun. While there are many other places to see, what matters to the City of Roseville is that you travel safely and responsibly. One way that Roseville keeps its residents safe is through their set speed limits. The details regarding how speed limits are determined, examined, and prepared in accordance with local and state safety regulations can all be read below.

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