Posted: January 14, 2020
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How to Stay Safe When Driving During Bad Weather

In the 1st quarter of 2019, it is estimated that there were at least 276 million cars on the roads daily in the United States alone.

With this many cars congesting the streets, driving in a safe and orderly fashion has never been more important. Even though rules and regulations are already imposed to discipline and guide drivers to safety, at the end of the day, your manner of driving is solely dependent on you.

No matter how good you are at driving, you have to keep in mind that accidents can happen unexpectedly. Most people don’t realize it, but every time you’re on the road, you and other road users are always at risk of danger. Accidents can happen in a split second, but the risk of one happening can always be reduced when drivers comply with safe driving practices.

While setting your phone aside and driving in the right state of mind/condition are good practices for caution, there are some risk increasing factors that you may have less control over. Especially during times of inclement weather like rain, snow, fog, or simply driving in the dark, your senses can be hindered, which greatly increases the chance of accidents occurring.

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