Driving a car is one of the most dangerous activities we engage in on a regular basis, and reckless driving behaviors are increasing largely due to the prevalent use of smart phones to text or catch up on social media exchanges. Few of us think about the possibility of getting into a serious accident until it happens to us, or someone we love. We often take our safety for granted, but in reality, much of our safety on the roads depends on everyone exercising personal responsibility.
You may not be one of them, but you are sharing the road with distracted, intoxicated or inexperienced drivers nearly every time you journey out. Many motorists, to their horror, have observed fellow drivers busily texting or otherwise engaged while traveling along the highway, sometimes at a high rate of speed. We have probably all witnessed driving that leaves us wondering if the driver is impaired by alcohol or drugs.
We cannot always control the driving behavior of others, but there are steps you can take to protect yourself and your family. It is important to always remember to:
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