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Best Driving Tips


The most important part of driving is staying focused on the road. The only way you’ll be able to do that is by being prepared for your trip, making sure your vehicle is in good condition and knowing what to look out for when you’re behind the wheel.

Keep your tires properly inflated.

Keep your tires properly inflated. Proper tire pressure is a must for any driver, but it’s especially important for those who drive in snow or on dirt roads. Tires that are not properly inflated can make driving difficult, especially in inclement weather conditions, which—depending on where you live—can be a daily occurrence during certain seasons of the year.

To check your tire pressure:

  • Take your car to a service station with an air pump and have them check all four tires’ inflation levels (tires should be checked once per month). Alternatively, there are many do-it-yourself kits available at auto parts stores that can help you determine the proper percentage of pressure needed for each tire.

What happens if you don’t check your tire pressure? If one or more of your tires has low air pressure, it will cause uneven wear patterns and may lead to blowouts or other mechanical problems. This could cause damage not only to yourself and/or others around them but also their vehicles as well!

How do I fix a low tire? If any of your tires is underinflated by 25%, fill up with more air right away using the recommended amount printed on its side wall label (or use one of these handy tips).

Put your cellphone in your purse or glove compartment to stay focused on the road.

You should not use your cellphone while driving. If you plan on using it, pull over and park before doing so.

You should never text while driving. It’s also a good idea to avoid talking on the phone while driving as well.

Always buckle up

Don’t forget to buckle up.

It’s the simplest and most important driving tip you can follow. According to NHTSA, seatbelts save an average of $12 billion per year in medical costs and productivity losses by preventing injuries and saving lives. Seatbelts are designed to keep you safe in your vehicle during a crash or sudden stop, but they also reduce your risk of injury when involved in other types of accidents. Wearing one can reduce your chances of dying from a car crash by 45%.

If you’re not wearing one—or if you’re improperly secured—you’ll be at greater risk for serious injuries like brain trauma or spinal cord damage that could affect your quality of life for years to come.

Wearing a seatbelt is simple stuff: just make sure it’s fastened around your chest (not across your abdomen) with no slack and centered between shoulder blades; adjust the buckle so it sits high on the hip bone; tighten until snugly secure but not too tight against the body; and make sure buckles aren’t twisted or forced into awkward positions where they might snap open unexpectedly during impact.

Make sure your mirrors and windows are clean so that you can see what’s going on around you.

Your mirrors, windows and windshield play an important role in your safety. They help you see what’s going on around you.

Make sure they’re clean so that you can drive safely. It’s a good idea to regularly clean all of these surfaces:

  • Your side mirrors should be kept free of any obstructions so that they give a clear view of the vehicles behind and beside your vehicle. Rear-view mirrors need to be adjusted so that they give as much coverage as possible; if there are no rear-view mirrors, then keep checking over your shoulder every few seconds while driving until you can see clearly behind you.
  • The inside of the windshield needs to be very clean because it gets dirty easily with dust, rain and snow buildup! A little bit of dirt on the outside won’t hurt anything except for maybe making it harder for someone else who may want to look inside through their own window (like when looking at something in a store). But if there’s enough dirt or grime built up on the inside surface of yours then it could cause problems like glare when driving at night time under street lamps/streetlights which will make visibility worse than normal!

It’s not just about getting there, it’s about getting there safely.

We all want to get from point A to point B, but it’s important that we do so safely. You may have the best driving skills in the world and follow every single tip from our beginner guide, but if you don’t stay alert and aware on the road then you could end up getting into an accident. In this section of our guide we will talk about what you can do to stay safe on the road.

It is important that when driving you always keep your eyes peeled for any potential hazards that may be in front of or alongside your vehicle. Whether it is a car pulling out of a driveway or another vehicle changing lanes without using their indicators, these are things that could potentially cause an accident if they happen while driving at high speed. If someone pulls out in front of you while going too fast then there really isn’t much chance for either driver to avoid collision unless they stop immediately which is unlikely during rush hour traffic!


As you can see, there are many different things you can do to stay safe on the road. By following these tips, you’ll be able to drive more confidently and avoid accidents that could otherwise ruin your day or even your life. Happy driving!

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