1-800 Car Wreck : News : Eberstein & Witherite on Safe Driving Practices to Implement in 2014

Eberstein & Witherite on Safe Driving Practices to Implement in 2014

The Houston injury lawyers of 1800 CAR WRECK outline safe driving practices for Houston drivers.

Eberstein & Witherite on Safe Driving Practices to Implement in 2014safer driving
Eberstein & Witherite on Safe Driving Practices to Implement in 2014

// 1-800 Car Wreck (Blog) // Amy Witherite
A New Year is frequently recognized as an opportunity to reinvent oneself, and make resolutions to make changes for the better. For many Houston drivers included on the list are ways to improve their well being overall. The Houston car accident attorneys of 1800 CAR WRECK say that vowing to practice safer driving is a goal drivers can strive for that is conducive to improving their well being. The Eberstein & Witherite firm has outlined the following safe driving practices drivers can implement in 2014 to achieve this goal.

Consider the statistics – Knowing the facts about how many people are involved in accidents each year and key accident causes can help drivers know what they may be able to do to help facilitate safer road travel for every commute.

How does Houston rank?

Houston is among the nation's worst when it comes to traffic. That's according to a company that tracks congestion nationwide. According to a study put out by Inrix, Houston is the 7th most congested region in the country.

For more information about Houston traffic, please visit http://abclocal.go.com/ktrk/story?section=resources/traffic&id=6103545

Drive defensively – Defensive driving is an important measure for accident prevention.

Defensive Driving

“The defensive driver tries to recognize potentially hazardous situations sufficiently in advance to allow time to safely maneuver past them. The defensive driver assumes that other drivers may make mistakes and is on guard in the event an error is made. The defensive driver searches ahead of what is immediately in front, to have advance warning of approaching hazards.”

For more information about defensive driving, please visit http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/facts-research/research-technology/publications/accidenthm/driver.htm.

Properly maintain vehicles – Vehicles that are routinely serviced and inspected are safer for traveling on the road.

Remove distractions – Cell phones, food, and other distractions that may take one’s focus off of the road should be removed or set aside to avoid costly mistakes while driving.

Never drive impaired – Driving under the influence of things like alcohol or even fatigue can lead to disastrous results. It is never a good idea to drive impaired.

For those who have been involved in a Houston accident the law firm of Eberstein & Witherite can help them understand their legal options for moving forward. Individuals can request a free evaluation of their case by calling 1800 CAR WRECK today.

Social Media Tags: Defensive Driving, safe driving,

Newsroom powered by Vision Smart News System - VisionSmartNews.com

News Source: http://Houston.1800-car-wreck.com/safe-driving_11446.html