How to Drive Safely
Driving at Night
Dec 08, 2022
Night driving presents more risk than driving during the day that should be approached with special attention. At night time, the low light decreases visibility, headlight glare can be blinding, and drivers are more likely to be tired and slower to react. These factors make driving at night a ...
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TIRE Tips
Dec 21, 2022
T.I.R.E. Tips
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Phone usage laws while driving in California
Jan 06, 2023
California, much like many other states, has laws that prohibit the use of phones while you are driving. As useful as they are, phones can be incredibly distracting. Even looking down for a few seconds to change a song, read a message, or take a photo can be more than enough time for something bad ...
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How to change lane safely?
Jan 16, 2023
Maintain Speed  While changing the lane you should maintain your speed ...
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Simple Driving Tips
Jan 19, 2023
The first thing you need to learn is to get comfortable with your car. It is good to know the basics of the car before you start driving it. The foremost thing you should know is to have a relaxed mind with confidence to drive. Get comfortable with your car
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How to Drive Safe in the Rain?
Feb 17, 2023
Driving in rain, whether a sprinkle or a heavy downpour, can be one of the most difficult driving situations a driver encounters. Hazards and risks are elevated whenever it starts to rain, or even if roads are still wet from a recent downpour. Many drivers will simply slow down as ...
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California School Bus Law
Feb 17, 2023
It is very important to stop for school buses during school time period. School buses transport vulnerable children. Therefore, the penalties for breaking these laws can be significant. You might also face an insurance claim or lawsuit if an accident were to occur because you ...
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How to park a vehicle correctly
Feb 21, 2023
Here are the steps to park a vehicle correctly: Choose a suitable parking space: Look for a parking space that is large enough to accommodate your vehicle, and make sure that it is legal ...
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Teen Drivers: What to Do After a Car Accident
Feb 23, 2023
Teaching your teen what to do after a car accident matters just as much as teaching them how to drive. So before you hand over the keys to the family car, please take a moment to go through the major steps a person should take when they’re involved in a car ...
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Safe Breaking Distance
Feb 23, 2023
It’s important to note that there are other factors that can impact your safe braking distance. Here are a few more things to keep in mind: Reaction time: The time it takes for you to react to a hazard and apply the brakes can greatly impact your safe ...
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Using Turn Signals
Mar 03, 2023
Using turn signals while driving is an essential part of safe driving as it communicates your intentions to other drivers on the road. Here are some steps to follow to drive safely while using turn signals: Know when to signal: You should signal every ...
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Choosing a lane
Mar 16, 2023
  Traffic lanes are often referred to by number. The left (or fast) lane is called the Number 1 Lane. The lane to the right of the Number 1 Lane is called the Number 2 Lane. Then the Number 3 Lane, etc.
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Safe Driving tips
Mar 16, 2023
Here are some tips for driving safely: 1 Always wear your seatbelt and make sure your passengers do the same.   2. Follow the speed limit and adjust your speed to the road conditions.   3.Keep a safe following distance between you and the ...
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Slow Moving Vehicles
Mar 16, 2023
A slow-moving vehicle is a type of vehicle that is designed to travel at speeds lower than the normal speed of traffic. This can include vehicles such as tractors, combines, or other farm equipment ...
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Passing Lanes
Mar 16, 2023
Passing You must judge whether you have enough space to pass whenever you approach: An oncoming vehicle or bicyclist. A hill, curve, intersection, or road obstruction. To safely pass, the hill or curve should be at least one-third of a mile ...
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