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Learning how to drive defensively can help you

You rely on your vehicle every day to get you safely from one destination to another as you commute to and from work, pick up your kids from school and travel to various appointments and commitments. However, a large part of your ability to travel safely from one place to another is your ability to responsibly navigate busy roads and make timely decisions that keep you out of harm's way. At E&E Law Group, we have helped many victims of motor vehicle accidents in California to overcome the legal consequences they are facing after a crash. 

From the moment you try driving for the first time, it is imperative that you learn what defensive driving is. This valuable skill can help you to recognize dangers and potential driving hazards before they compromise your safety and wellbeing. According to kidshealth.org, some of the ways that you can incorporate defensive driving skills into your routine include the following:

  • Never drive over the speed limit. Plan your route to make sure you have plenty of time to get to where you need to go. 
  • Eliminate anything that will cause you to get distracted. This includes eating, conversation with passengers, programming your GPS or even applying makeup. 
  • Do not assume that other drivers see you and will work around you. Always pay attention to how other drivers are moving and where they are going. 
  • Give yourself plenty of time between your vehicle and other drivers so you have enough time to stop if traffic stops abruptly. 

By learning how to drive defensively and applying the suggestions that are listed above, you can prepare for hazards before they put your life at risk. For more information about what to do if you are in a car accident, visit our web page.  

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