Miscellaneous Car Safety Tips

Be sure to keep your car in good running order. Make sure your tires have plenty of tread and they’re worn evenly, all lights should work properly, and keep your windshields clean at all times for maximum visibility. You may want to purchase one of the many products on the market that deflect rain from your windshield. If your wipers ever give out, you’ll really be glad you did. Never let your gas tank get below half full, and always have a cell phone in your car. Many companies offer low cost emergency roadside assistance options with their vehicle insurance policies; these are excellent bargains and can provide real peace of mind when you’re traveling.

Don’t try to do anything besides driving while you’re behind the wheel of a car, and stay focused on the road. Watch out for intoxicated drivers, and try to avoid times and areas when they’re going to be lots of them on the road. Of course, you should always have your seat belt on at all times and so should your passengers. Small children should be in car seats, properly restrained, in the back seat. As we said, car safety isn’t complicated. It’s simply a few little, common sense things that make all the difference. Do these things, and do them consistently, and your car safety will be about as good as it can be.

SHORTCUTS TO CAR SAFETY ARTICLES:

Car Safety And Long Distance Driving
Car Safety And Nighttime Driving
Car Safety And Responsibility For An Accident
Car Safety And Transporting Infants And Children
Car Safety Tips And Highway Driving
Car Safety Tips: Don’t Drink and Drive
Car Safety: Avoiding Drunk Drivers
Car Safety: Distracted Driving Statistics
Car Safety: The Distractions Faced
Car Safety: The Results of Distracted Driving
Music Guidelines to Remain Focused On Driving
Grooming in the Car
Eating and Drinking in the Car
The Distraction of Cell Phones
Car Safety: Defensive Driving
Special Concerns While Driving: Older Drivers
Car Safety: Tailgating
Car Safety: Lane Changing Etiquette
Car Safety: Running Red Lights
Car Safety: Pedestrians and Bicyclists
Car Safety: Road Rage
Be Wary of Playing “The Good Samaritan”
Car Safety: Weather Concerns
Flooding and Snow Concerns While Driving
Practice Safe Driving Habits
Miscellaneous Car Safety Tips