Driving Safety Tips from Firefighters

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Road safety is important no matter where you are. According to the NSC, in 2016 there were over 40,000 deaths cause by automobile accidents in the U.S. which was a 6% increase rate from 2015.

Though accidents are what they are - accidents, there are ways avoid them and keep you and others safe. We pulled a few tips from the Fire Department Guide for Safe Drivers on how to be safe and keep an accident from happening:


  • Wear a Seat Belt-They save lives
  • Be aware of your surroundings-Pay attention
  • Don't drive under the influence-Not a smart choice
  • Avoid Drowsy Driving-Take the time to rest
  • Never Text and Drive-Keep your phone down and avoid temptation
  • Stay away from aggressive drivers-Stay calm and let it go
  • Follow a safe speed-Slow down
  • Don't run red lights-Observe traffic signals
  • Give other drivers space-Make sure there are 2-4 seconds between cars
  • Put safety before right of way-Don't take right away if other drivers don't yeild
The Firefighter Guide goes on to speak about certain topics such as child car seat safety, details on a Driver's Emergency Kit, how to stay safe if you're involved in a car accident, and many other including how to help Firefighters help you. Each is explained in further detail and you can read them be clicking on the photo above.

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