Teenage Driver—Tips To Stay Safe While Driving

Teenagers can be quite reckless, especially when it comes to driving. They often think that they are invincible and nothing can harm them. However, they are mistaken. According to research, one of the leading causes of death amongst people between the ages of 15-19 is accidents (unintentional injuries). Keeping these statistics in mind, here are some ways in you can stay safe while driving: Put your cell phone away We know that these days life

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How to Avoid Traffic Tickets

When you’re at the receiving end of a traffic ticket, your mind starts racing with all kinds of things to say to somehow change the cop’s mind. Honest conduct, polite or flirtatious talk is no sure fire way to avoid getting a ticket. Your number one goal should be to avoid being pulled over in the first place. Here are certain ways in which you can avoid being pulled over and getting a ticket:

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Which Is the Best Online Arizona Traffic School?

Most students choose an online traffic school to learn about defensive driving. As a comprehensive method of driving, defensive driving courses can be very useful, for beginners as well as experienced drivers. Mostly, clients learn defensive driving to: Qualify for an insurance discount Reduce points on the drivers’ license Dismiss parking tickets As such, it’s important that you choose the best source for your lessons. Basic Outline of Online Defensive Driving Courses Defensive Driving covers the

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Why Driving Schools Aren’t Just Optional, But Necessary

Driving school may seem optional if you have family members or friends willing to teach you driving. But nothing can really replace the learning you get behind the wheel with a professional instructor by your side.

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How Can Road Rage Be Controlled?

According to a report published by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, 78 percent of drivers in the U.S. have admitted to participating in some form of aggressive driving. And one-third admitted that they had made an angry gesture at another driver. The report also shows that 4 percent purposely blocked other vehicles and 11 percent cut other drivers off. What’s scary about road rage is that in an instant, things can get heated. Not only

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