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The most dangerous mistakes that drivers make

As a driver, it is important to stay updated on how you can improve your skills and stay safe on the road. You have a legal duty to act safely on the road and to always drive with cation and care. It is a criminal offense to act dangerously as a driver on the road.

One of the most common errors that drivers make is, unfortunately, very dangerous, and you can lose your license or face jail time as a result. Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is more common than many people think, and it puts everyone on the road in danger. Alcohol severely reduces response times in drivers, and it also makes them more likely to engage in risk and drive recklessly.

Fatigue is also a big problem, especially on long distance journeys. Although being tired in itself is nothing illegal, you have the duty to make sure that you are driving safely. Therefore if you notice that you are feeling tired behind the wheel, you must make sure to take a break, stop and have a nap, or drink some coffee before traveling on.

In the digital era that we now live in, distracted driving has become a bigger problem than ever. Almost all of us are addicted to our phones to some extent, but this must stop at the wheel. Looking at your phone for only a second can be enough to cause a fatal crash.

Being involved in an accident can turn your life around, therefore it is important to take action as soon as possible in order to settle damages.

Source: Road and Track, "The 9 Most Dangerous Things Drivers Do," accessed Jan. 05, 2018

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