Our number one tip: Always make sure all passengers are wearing their seat belts!

Any cell phone use while driving is not recommended and is unlawful in some states.

People who use cell phones while driving are four times more likely to have an accident!

Use your turn signals to alert other drivers of what you are doing. Helping other drivers to be more aware puts you in a safer position. More information

Make sure your car is well-maintained. Have your tires checked, your oil changed, and tune ups done at regular intervals. Don’t let your car endanger you!

Don’t ever drink and drive. Even a little bit of alcohol can impair your judgment and put your safety at risk.

Be well rested before getting behind the wheel. Be aware that some medications can cause drowsiness and make driving dangerous.

Don’t drive like you own the road – drive like you own the car. Cutting in front of people, speeding, and driving aggressively can cause accidents or make other drivers angry.

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