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Safe Driving Tips to Teach Teens

Safe Driving Tips to Teach Teens

Parents always have a lot to worry about when it comes to their children, and it’s made worse when their children reach driving-age. To help ease your mind when your teen takes to the road, it’s worth teaching them safe driving habits while they practice their driving with you in the vehicle. Here are some safe driving tips to teach teens. No phones: Although it’s tempting to look at your phone while driving, you should instruct your teen to keep…

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Tips for Safe Driving in the Rain

Tips for Safe Driving in the Rain

Spring tends to bring a lot of rain, so now is a great time to refresh yourself on safe driving practices for rainy days and wet roads. Whether you’re a new driver or a seasoned one, keeping in mind these tips for driving in the rain can help you prevent an unneeded headache. Go slow. Taking it a bit slower in the rain will reduce your chance of hydroplaning and skidding, and it gives you more time to brake when…

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How to Avoid Aggressive Driving

How to Avoid Aggressive Driving

We’ve all encountered drivers who tailgate, speed, or run red lights, and most of us have probably done one or more of these things ourselves. These all qualify as prime examples of aggressive driving, which is any intentionally unsafe behavior on the road. In celebration of Aggressive Driving Awareness Month, here are some tips to help you avoid aggressive driving and stay safer on the road. Avoid Aggressive Behaviors Even if you’re running late, it’s important to follow the rules…

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Improve Your Driving Habits For 2019

Improve Your Driving Habits For 2019

Set a unique New Year’s goal for yourself by resolving to improve your driving habits in 2019. These few tips and tricks will help you become not just a better driver, but a safer one., No distractions It absolutely bears repeating and emphasis: Do not under any circumstances drive distracted or intoxicated. There is no surer way to lose your freedom to drive than by being distracted or drunk behind the wheel, and that’s if you’re lucky enough to not…

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