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Searching for auto insurance? Get a quote from [INSERT AGENCY NAME] by calling [PHONE NUMBER] or visiting our website (link in bio)!
Never drink and drive — no matter what you’re driving. Your reaction time and judgment may be impaired. Drive sober to keep yourself, your passengers and others safe on the road.
If you’re driving too fast, you have less time to stop or react. And going a speed significantly under the limit can also be dangerous. Speed limits aren’t a recommendation, they’re the law!
You know the saying … “Click It or Ticket.” Not only is it the law, but it could save your life in the event of an accident. Learn more about this campaign from the @NHTSAgov: https://www.nhtsa.gov/campaign/click-it-or-ticket
Even if your vehicle has a sensor on the mirrors that light up when another vehicle is near, you should always check your blind spots before changing lanes!
Whether you’re turning, changing lanes or pulling over, be sure to use your turn signals well in advance so any vehicles behind you have enough time to react.
From cellphones, to messy food, to kids or pets in the backseat, to animals on the side of the road, there are a lot of possible distractions in and outside of your vehicle. Keep your eyes on the road and your hands on the wheel, and pull over if you have to – whatever you need to do to avoid distractions!
If you have a lot of dirt, bugs or a crack on your windshield, they may obstruct your view – which is why it’s important to keep your windshield clean and repair it when needed.
It’s recommended to keep these items in your vehicle in case of an emergency or breakdown. Do you have all of them ready to go?
Searching for auto insurance? Get a quote from [INSERT AGENCY NAME] by calling [PHONE NUMBER] or visiting [WEBSITE]!
You know the saying … “Click It or Ticket.” Not only is it the law, but it could save your life in the event of an accident. Learn more about this campaign from the @NHTSA: https://www.nhtsa.gov/campaign/click-it-or-ticket
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