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Holiday Travel Safety Tips From Our Law Office

Traveling during the holidays is never an easy task. However, the joy that we receive from finally reaching our destination is well worth the hassle. In order to stay safe during your travels, it is important to develop some safe driving habits that are a bit different from other times of the year. Be sure to consider them before you hit the road during the holidays.

Don’t overload yourself.

Try not to overload your car with packages that obscure your vision. Instead, make sure packages are secured and below the windows. This will help keep your vision clear and will stop packages from moving around in your car while you drive.

Pay attention.

There are lots of other drivers out on the road during the holidays along with yourself. Many of these drivers are driving roads they are not familiar with. For this reason, you should take a proactive stance when you are driving and pay attention to what the other drivers are doing.

Watch the Weather.

The weather plays a huge role during the holidays in determining the safety of your travels. Make sure you watch it closely and avoid traveling during heavy rain or snow. You should also prepare for the cold when you are driving by taking blankets and safety gear in case you are stranded or in an accident.

Stay Connected.

You should never talk or text on your phone while you are driving. However, this doesn’t mean that your phone isn’t a necessary part of a road trip. Before you head out, make sure you have your cellphone in the car with you and that it is fully charged. You may need to contact someone if you are in an accident.

If you do find yourself in an accident over the holiday season, be sure to contact us. With the aid of our Indianapolis accident attorneys, you will be able to determine the next steps to take towards recovery and repair.

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