Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 18, 2017 -- The CHP suggests that California drivers can avoid hydroplaning as well as other serious hazards while driving during a rain storm by slowing down and increasing the space between themselves and other vehicles, according to a January 3 article published on Fox 40. Los Angeles based car accident attorney Raymond R. Hassanlou notes that, rain or shine, drivers should always incorporate safe driving practices in their daily commutes. Mr. Hassanlou adds that there are a variety of ways that drivers can help ensure their personal safety as well as those of other drivers and pedestrians, such as:
Slowing for Construction Zones - The Los Angeles based attorney notes that, in addition to decreasing speeds during bad weather, drivers can also reduce their chances of causing car collisions by slowing down in construction zones. Mr. Hassanlou goes on to say that construction zones are full of potential hazards for drivers and pedestrians alike. By slowing down and increasing awareness of their surroundings, drivers can avoid a collision while also improving the safety of construction workers and other pedestrians.
Using Hazard Lights - If a driver’s vehicle stalls in the middle of the road, Mr. Hassanlou notes that the best thing to do to avoid a collision is to turn on the vehicle’s hazard lights. The personal injury attorney goes on to note that hazard lights can alert incoming drivers so that they may be able to slow down in time and safely move around the stalled vehicle. Moreover, notes Mr. Hassanlou, by thoroughly inspecting a vehicle’s brake, directional, and hazard signals before driving in bad conditions, drivers can reduce their overall chances of getting into car collisions.
Using Windshield Wipers - The accident attorney in Los Angeles adds that a rain storm or other potentially dangerous driving conditions can make it difficult for a driver to see the road in front of them. Properly maintained windshield wipers are crucial for allowing drivers to improve their visibility so that they may be able to slow down and avoid other road hazards that can lead to devastating collisions.
Mr. Hassanlou concludes by noting that, during any type of driving conditions, practicing cautious driving can help reduce the risk of costly and devastating automotive collisions. Interested readers are welcomed to call the Law Offices of Raymond R. Hassanlou at 818-945-0640 today. The public can also learn even more about the Los Angeles based legal firm at http://www.HassanlouLaw.com.
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