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Additional Tips For Staying Safe Behind The Wheel

  • Maintain your car. bald tires, a slipping transmission, or a engine signperformance problem could lead to accidents
  • Don’t speed
  • Take your time before heading out, leave early
  • Be aware of road conditions
  • Be aware of weather conditions
  • Reduce your speed in rain, snow, ice
  • Before taking a road trip, familiarize yourself with the route
  • Don’t pass on the right, obey all traffic rules
  • Make sure your car is clean, especially the windows, headlights and other exterior lights
  • Always stay calm in all circumstances
  • Be aware when driving from day time too night time. Your eyes need time to adjust
  • Always use your seat belts and make sure passenger use their seat belts too
  • Don’t drink and drive
  • Don’t tailgate and be aware of other cars tailgating you
  • Watch out for reckless drivers on the road
  • Lock you doors
  • Watch out for potholes. Potholes can cause severe suspension or tire damage and may leave you stranded on the road

 

4 wheel dr signWarning About 4-wheel Drive and All-Wheel Drive Vehicles.

4-wheel drive cars and all-wheel drive have a distinct advantage over 2-wheel drive vehicles. However, many drivers can get a false sense of security when traveling in snow and ice. The same rules apply no matter what type of system; in bad weather speed becomes your enemy. Slow down, drive cautiously and maintain your distance between you and the cars around you.

 

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