Stop Paying Too Much for Insurance

car dented in rearBecause driving is an everyday occurrence, many people take for granted the inherent risks that are involved with getting behind the wheel. It’s easier than one may think to become distracted or angry while driving, which can lead to reckless and dangerous behavior. So let’s look at a few ways you can prevent reckless driving in order to make the roads a safer place for everyone.

Road Rage

A big source of reckless driving is getting angry while in the car. Whether the actions of another driver, construction traffic or running late is making you angry, the consequences can induce even more anger. It’s vital to keep a calm head while driving. Try playing some music that you find soothing or relaxing; perhaps something you can hum or sing along with. You can also practice breathing techniques to calm down in tense situations. Avoid clenching the steering wheel tightly, which elicits a full-body stress response.

Distracted Driving

One of the biggest distractions to drivers is the use of a cell phone. Keep your phone tucked into a pocket or purse to remove some of the temptation. Using a Bluetooth system keeps your hands free if you need a take a call. Additionally, avoid eating, applying makeup or performing other tasks while behind the wheel. Driving requires all of your attention in order to remain safe.

Driving Under the Influence

Driving after drinking or using drugs should never be done. If you’re planning to partake in these substances, arrange to have a friend remain sober, call a cab or use a ride sharing service to get home. You should never get behind the wheel while intoxicated because you won’t have control of your actions.

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