A car can get you there faster, but it can also kill in an instant. Drunk driving and distracted driving can lead to death on the highway, as can drivers who are otherwise unable to operate a vehicle safely. Whether intentional or not, the unlawful killing of another with a vehicle is called vehicular homicide, Read on! →

If your life or the life of someone you love has ever been touched by the horror of vehicular manslaughter, you may find this compilation disturbing. For fans of trivia and the macabre, you’re in the right place. Click if you missed PART 1 or PART 2 of this article. Famous vehicular homicide cases, in Read on! →

Vehicular homicide laws vary from state to state. However, death is always involved. CLICK HERE if you missed the beginning of this article. Vehicular homicide, state-by-state All U.S. states except Alaska, Montana and Arizona currently have vehicular homicide statuses on the books. Depending upon the details of the case, charges of manslaughter and even murder Read on! →