Compare-Autoinsurance.org Presents The Most Dangerous Driving Habits

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Compare-autoinsurance.org (http://compare-autoinsurance.org/) announces a new blog post, “Top Most Dangerous Driving Habits”

“Drivers should be aware of what is not permitted to do while driving, Reckless behavior will endanger not only their lives but also the lives of other traffic participants”, said Russell Rabichev, Marketing Director of Internet Marketing Company.

Compare-autoinsurance.org has released a new blog post that presents the most dangerous driving habits a driver can have.

Speeding is by far the most dangerous habit. It is illegal and can greatly endanger the driver’s life. When speeding, the driver has little time for evasive maneuvers, should an obstacle appear suddenly.

Driving under the influence of alcohol or other illicit substances is also a major cause for car crashes. A drunk person loses his visual and audio acuity and his motor functions are impaired. If a person decides to go out and drink, he or she should avoid driving afterward or get a designated driver.

Sitting too close to a vehicle is also a really dangerous driving habit. And during winter it gets even more dangerous. Without sufficient distance between the vehicle in front, a collision is likely to happen, should the front vehicle stop suddenly.

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