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How to Avoid Car Accidents

Traffic accidents cannot be predicted or prevented, but you can always have a certain right attitude and try to reduce the possibilities as far as possible. First, we will be analysing the possible elements normally involved in them.

On one hand, there is the human factor, for example the driver. This must be in all conditions ( many physical and psychic ) to drive safely . You should never drive : if you are tired , if you have drunk alcohol, if you’ve eaten a lot, if you suffer dizziness, or if you do not see properly, for example.
On the other, there is the factor of the tracks. As not all are in good condition, you should be careful through the way on the road. You should always be having an eye to traffic signals and weather conditions when driving.

How to Avoid Car Accidents

How to Avoid Car Accidents

And last but not least, is the vehicle. It must be in perfect running order, and it must have its insurance in force because at the end of the day if the accident occured you need to be eligible for car accident injury claims. Above all, we must pay special attention to tires, brake fluids – water and oil level. Considering all this, the risk of having an accident is minimised to the max.

Ten top tips

– Have a responsible driving attitude.
– If you just got our driving license try to drive under supervision as long as possible.
– ALWAYS wear a seat belt.
– NEVER drink alcohol or use drugs before driving.
– Do not overload the car.
– Avoid driving at night, as much as possible.
– Drive in legal speeds each way ahead.
– Avoid taking the car if there is temporal as heavy rain or snow.
– Use the phone only in emergencies and when you get your car to a safe place.
– Try to have a “safe car check” before you buy it.

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