Music Guidelines to Remain Focused On Driving

Here are some guidelines to keep you from being a distracted driver who puts themselves and others at risk of serious injury or death. When you’re driving in a car, safety should always be your top priority. You should always be thinking about it and looking out for risks, being aware of changing driving conditions and keeping an eye on other drivers.

It’s a full time job, and you can’t ever afford to let up and take your mind off of it. While you’re driving, you should be driving and that’s it. Listening to the radio or sound system at a moderate volume is fine, but if you’re in heavy traffic or extremely hazardous road conditions, you should shut it completely off.

At times like these your full attention should be on car safety. The sound system should never be so loud that you can’t hear what’s going on outside the car. If you use a cassette or compact disc player you should never attempt to change tapes or discs while driving. Do it while you’re stopped at a traffic light, or if you have a passenger have them do it. If a tape or disc should happen to fall on the floor, never attempt to retrieve it until you’re stopped and away from traffic. That’s extremely unsafe, and many, many people have been killed while reaching for a cassette tape.

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