Save money on your auto insurance by adopting safe driving habits.
As motorists get used to the roads, their Driver's Ed safety skills start to slip. However, speeding and rolling through stop signs, no matter how experienced you are, is never safe.
Driving safely should be second nature to all on the road. Let's face it; blinkers are easy to use and putting your smartphone away for the commute is simple, too. Allowing yourself to skimp on the necessary habits while taking your focus off the road is a recipe for disaster, accidents, and hefty expenses. In turn, the more accidents you get into, the more your auto insurance cost will hike.
Avoid these bad driving habits that you may have fallen into:
Your turn signals are the only method to communicate with other drivers. Failing to use this simple device can cause a rear-end collision or cause someone to pass you as you're about to turn.
Slowing down to look at crashes or construction is dangers and
causes traffic to slow! Don't take your eyes off the road or you could miss closed lanes or police officers directing traffic.
Don't text, make calls, put on makeup, eat, or drink while you're behind the wheel. Basically, anything that takes your attention off the road is a danger and it's just not worth it.
Staying in the left lane
: The left lane is supposed to be the passing lane. If you're cruising well below the speed limit in this lane, you could encourage other drivers to fly around you in the right lane, creating unnecessary lane changes and more danger on the roadway.
: Speeding results in one of three things: 1. You save yourself a few seconds, 2. You cause an accident, or 3. You get a pricey speeding ticket. Slow down because the more you speed, the more likely you are to experience #2 or #3.
Safe habits and a well-maintained vehicle, along with quality auto insurance, can help you stay safe when behind the wheel. For the right car insurance
for your needs, contact
the experts at Bell Black Insurance. We serve all insurance needs for those in Idaho Falls, Island Park, Driggs, Victor, Swan Valley, Ashton, and the neighboring communities in Idaho, as well as Jackson and Star Valley in Wyoming.