LegalLaw247.com, August 28, 2013 ) Omaha, NE -- Motor vehicle accidents caused by teen drivers are the leading cause of death for teenagers in America today. In fact, over 3,000 teens die in a car accident each year throughout the country.
Obtaining a driver’s license is one of the greatest milestones in one’s life. It creates a sense of freedom, independence, adventure, and responsibility. Of course, becoming a safe and responsible driver is one of the best things anyone can do for themselves.
Studies show that most teenage driving habits are adopted from their parents. Therefore, it is up to the parents to set a good example to their teenagers and teach them how to operate their automobile responsibly, abide by traffic laws, and teach them defensive driving techniques.
Some teen driver safety tips we can teach our teen drivers include:
• Always wear a seatbelt
• Get enough sleep
• Never drink and drive
• Don’t tailgate
• Don’t text and drive
• Always drive with your headlights on
• Focus on your driving
• Don’t load your car with too many friends
• Watch your speed
• Check your rearview mirrors before and after you brake
• Never let your friends drive your car
• Slow your speed during bad weather
• Use your turn signal
Furthermore, as school is beginning, we must advise our teenagers to pay attention for pedestrians and school busses as they can pose challenges to new drivers. It is also a good idea to leave for school a little early to avoid driving in a congested parking lot.
The Omaha auto accident attorneys at Inkelaar Law offer our assistance to anyone who has questions regarding traffic laws and offers free case evaluations to those injured in automobile accidents. Contact us a 1-877-487-8711 or visit us at www.justiceyoudeserve.com today.
About Inkelaar Law
Inkelaar Law is a personal injury law firm dedicated to helping those who have been the victim of a serious personal injury. The personal injury attorneys at Inkelaar Law are knowledgeable and experienced in all types of personal injury claims including auto accident injuries, medical malpractice, workers’ compensation, and wrongful death. Additionally our criminal defense lawyers represent those who have been wrongfully charged with a crime. ¡Hablamos Español!
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August 28, 2013 Posted By: admin
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