High Risk Driving Behaviors
Don't be a "Tail Gator"
Rear-end collisions are frequently the result of people entering or exiting the freeway. The best method of entering a freeway is to use your turn signal, increase your speed on the acceleration lane, and then enter flow. Always keep at least one car length between you and the car in front of you for every 10 mph. Protect yourself from being pushed into a car in front of you while stopped at a stop sign or signaled intersection? Do not stop too close to the car in front of you.
Exceeding the posted speed limit or driving too fast for conditions is one of the most prevalent factors contributing to traffic crashes. The few seconds of minutes saved aren't worth the increased chance of getting into a crash or receiving a ticket. Leave a few minutes early for your destination, and arrive alive.
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