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How To Stay Safe On The Road During The Holidays

Car traffic during snow

The holiday season is a time for family, friends, and fun. But it can also be a dangerous time on the roads. That's why our personal injury lawyers are providing some tips to help you stay safe this holiday season. Whether driving to your family's house or hitting the town for some holiday cheer, follow these tips, and you'll be much less likely to find yourself in a car accident.

Check Your Car Before Getting On The Road

Make sure your car is in good working condition before heading out. Check the tire pressure, fluid levels, and lights to ensure everything runs smoothly.

Plan Ahead of Time

Map out your route ahead of time and avoid distractions, such as using your phone, while driving. This will not only reduce the chance of getting into an accident, but it will also ease stress and help save time on your holiday travels.

Be Aware of Your Surroundings

Please pay attention to other drivers on the road and anticipate their actions. Keep an eye out for hazards such as icy roads or impaired drivers.

Avoid Distractions While Driving

Put down your phone and avoid any activities that take your attention away from the road. This includes eating, drinking, changing the music, and having intense conversations with passengers.

If you're Drinking Alcohol, Don't Drive

Call a taxi or designated driver instead. Stay alert, and don't drive while tired. If you're feeling drowsy, pull over and rest or switch to a different driver. Always follow traffic laws and signals.

Call the Car Accident Lawyer at Reno & Zahm LLP

Following these tips can significantly reduce your chances of being involved in a car accident during the holiday season. However, if you find yourself in a car accident, our personal injury lawyers are here to provide the legal support and guidance you need.

Call (779) 235-9115 or fill out our online contact form to schedule your consultation.

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