Fender-Bender Prone Intersections in Greenville, SCIn the foothills of the beautiful Upstate, Greenville has become of the South Carolina’s most attractive metro areas. The city has grown significantly in the last ten years as people have realized just how great it is to live here. There is an incredible arts scene with excellent restaurants that attract tourists and new residents alike. Then, there are the outdoor activities to suit every person who likes to spend time outside. Greenville area residents enjoy get out and enjoy:

  • Exploring Paris Mountain State Park and the Mountain Bridge Wilderness Area
  • Mountain Biking at Dupont State Forest or Lake Keowee
  • Boating, water skiing, and fishing at area water ways such as Lake Keowee, Lake Hartwell, and the Reedy River
  • Enjoying a stroll by the water at Falls Park on the Reedy
  • Biking or roller blading on the Swamp Rabbit Trail that connects Greenville and Travelers Rest
  • Encounter nature at the Greenville Zoo

Whether you are living or working in Greenville, there is a lot to do and a quite a bit of traffic throughout our area. It seems like there are more vehicles on the roadways every day. At Dent FX, we want to make sure you are safe as possible. Here are a few of the most dangerous intersection in which you should be most careful:

Fender-Bender Prone Intersections in Greenville, SC

Here are some of the intersections that require extra caution:

  1. Haywood Road and intersections with Pelham and I-385
  2. Pleasantburg Drive and intersections with Antrim Drive, Mauldin Road, Rutherford Road, Cleveland Street, and Villa Road/Century Drive
  3. Academy Street and intersections with College and Pendleton Streets
  4. Laurens Road and intersections with Woodruff Road, Haywood Road, Verdae Boulevard, and Millennium Boulevard
  5. August Street and intersections with Mauldin Road and Church Street/Mills Avenue
  6. Woodruff Road and Roper Mountain Road
  7. Faris Road and Cleveland Street 
  8. Roper Mountain Road and Independence Boulevard 
  9. Stone Avenue and Rutherford Street 
  10. I-85/I-85 Interchange and I-85 between Mauldin Road and 291 

Unfortunately, fender-benders can seem almost unavoidable in the Upstate. If you find yourself involved in a minor vehicle accident, do not leave the scene. Ensure everyone is safe and uninjured, wait for the police to arrive, give a factual and detailed account of the incident, and work with your insurance company. If you have dents and dings resulting from a traffic accident, DentFX can help. We perform paintless dent and ding repair for drivers throughout the Upstate. Contact us and we will come to you to repair your minor dents and dings.