Great advice Delray Beach Police Department! Thanks for the tips! For more information on how to AVOID impaired or distracted drivers, check out our blog post. https://florida.law/distracted-driving-behaviors-deadly/ If you or a loved one has been a victim of a driver under the influence, call us first and don’t give up until every remedy has been considered. We care about your best interests and your well-being. If you decide to pursue a drunk driving insurance claim, we will work to build a thorough case for you or on your loved ones’ behalf. (561) 330-6330 or visit us at www.florida.law.
Are your teenagers using their summer vacation to practice their driving? Make sure to remember summer vacation means there are more drivers on the road and keep these Safe Driving Tips For Teenagers in mind! 1. Minimize Distractions 2. Keep Your Cell Phone Off or Out of Sight 3. Remember Your Headlights 4. Obey the Speed Limit 5. Drive Alone 6. Practice Defensive Driving 7. Choose a Safe Car Check back here and at www.florida.law for more helpful tips all summer long!
You may be prepared for the risks on the road and with fireworks, but keep in mind other potential accidents this Fourth of July! According to the safety commission, emergency room visits for bicycle crashes, swimming incidents, exercise equipment accidents and basketball injuries topped those for fireworks injuries during the week of July 1 to July 7 last year.
On average, the 4th of July is the deadliest day of the year to be on the road. Before you plan your 4th of July road trip, make sure you take THESE safety precautions! 1. Avoid driving distracted - as excited as you may be for your 4th of July festivities, make sure your only focus is on the road until you get there. 2. Allow for additional travel time - everyone is excited to get to their July 4th parties and barbecues, but rushing will just increase your risk for an accident.Expect traffic and delays and be prepared for them in advance. 3. Drive defensively - even if you have been responsible and are not driving intoxicated or distracted, you can't control what other drivers on the road do. Practice defensive driving to avoid unsafe drivers who may be on the road.