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Tag: road rage

Aggressive Driving & Bad Driving Habits

Aggressive Driving: Avoiding Bad Drivers & Accidents

Aggressive driving causes approximately two thirds of all fatalities on U.S. highways. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) research also links a full 94% of motor vehicle accidents to driver error. Motor vehicle accidents rank number one among all accidental deaths in the United States. Highway experts believe many of […]

Defensive Driving & Avoiding Accidents

Defensive Driving: Top 10 Skills for Accident Avoidance

Defensive driving reduces the risk of highway accidents and increases driver safety.   A defensive driver follows certain rules and avoids bad driving habits.  Defensive driving involves constant awareness of other drivers and their bad habits. Driving defensively can be one of the best ways to prevent accidents.  Sometimes hazardous driving […]

Left Lane Laws

Left Lane Laws: Lane Hogs are Dangerous and Break the Law

Driving too slowly in the left lane of a multilane interstate highway presents a danger to other motorists, causes accidents and violates the law in most states. Many drivers don’t realize that driving too slowly in the far left lane of an interstate violates the law in approximately 38 U.S. states. […]



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