As soon as Audra Tatum would hop into the passenger seat of a car, the mother of three from Walker County, Georgia, would lean back and relax with her feet up on the dashboard.
Her husband warned her about the dangerous habit, but Tatum didn't care — it was comfortable.
"All my life I had my legs crossed and my foot on the dash," Tatum told CBS News. "My husband always told me, 'You're going to get in a wreck someday, and you're going to break your legs.'"
Tatum assured him he was wrong.
"I'll put my foot down in time," she would always reply.
But two years ago, on August 2, 2015, Tatum's perspective changed completely.