Safe Driving for President’s Day Weekend

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President’s Day is upon us again. If you are taking to the road to enjoy the three day weekend there are some safe driving tips you should follow to ensure you have a happy and safe vacation.

Safe Driving Tips

Car accidents are the leading cause of death for people in the United States between the ages of three and 34. While improvements in technology are helping to improve the amount of car accident-related fatalities there are still a number of safe driving practices you should follow. Here are some best practices:

  • Always wear your seat-belt.
  • Never ever drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs. This is especially important during the holiday weekend.
  • Follow posted speed limits.
  • Avoid any distractions. This means put down your cell phone and don’t touch it while you’re driving.
  • Don’t drive when you’re tired.
  • Be especially careful when driving in bad weather conditions.
  • Don’t tailgate. Make sure you leave enough room between you and the car in front of you.
  • Be prepared and aware of the other drivers around you. But not only drivers - pay attention to pedestrians and motorcyclists that you encounter on the road. Pedestrians and motorcyclists can be especially hard to see, so you need to practice caution always.
  • Drive defensively. This means practicing all of the above tips but also remembering to stay calm while behind the wheel.
  • Keep your vehicle well maintained. This means following a regular maintenance schedule. Also check your tire pressure often.

Car Accident Attorney

If you are involved in an accident this holiday weekend, make sure you contact a car accident attorney that can defend you should you need to go to court. A car accident attorney will do a thorough investigation of the accident and build a case.

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